'IB' - Chapter Five
As Dib stood outside of his home, he couldn't help the overwhelming loneliness that washed over him. After the neighbours reaction, he highly doubted anyone would take him seriously. Not like they had taken him seriously before anyway.
On top of the extreme aloneness, the boy was feeling a massive amount of paranoia. His house had proven to be just as dangerous a place to be now, and after seeing how easily and quickly Zim could infiltrate it, he realized he would never feel at peace inside of it. He would always be looking around himself, checking to make sure he was truly alone.
Dib took only small, slow steps towards the house now, his eyes flicking everywhere as he scanned for any threats. He was quite jumpy now though, so when a small leaf flew by him he jumped backwards a step and let out a high pitched scream. He began to breathe rapidly until realizing it was just a leaf before taking a deep breath and staring forward again, his eyes continuing to scan his environm
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You had arrived at the park more than ten minutes ago and Dib had still not shown up. Was that e-mail just a hacker?
“Psst! (y/n)!” you hear someone whisper. You turn around to see Dib behind a large tree, waving you over. You quickly speed walk over to him.
“Dib!” you say. “How in the name of heck did you get my e-mail address?” Dib shrugged.
“I have my ways.” That made you feel uncomfortable. “Anyway, I need to warn you about something!” You had warnings left, right and centre! Who could you trust?
“What?” You ask, impatient to get home. Dib fiddled his fingers.
“You’re not going to believe this, but...Zim is an alien.” You raise an eyebrow. Wasn’t it clearly obvious?
“I know?” you reply. Dib looked shocked. “You’re not going to tease me for being an overly-obsessed freak?”
“No.” You say, simply. Dib stood there, staring at you.
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The next day, you walked to ‘Skool’ feeling quite happy. Zim was your new best friend, and you actually had a pretty good school...sort of. The morning was pretty boring, since you had a math test. Zim passed all the answers onto you, which was great since he got them all right somehow. The whole day, Dib sat staring at you from across the room with hostility. You started to worry if you had somehow offended him. Impossible! You’ve never even talked to the guy! You decide to shrug it off and keep on studying for your history assignment, with Zim as your partner, of course. At recess, you quietly ate your horrible meal in the cafeteria. Zim didn’t even bother, as he apparently had an ‘allergic reaction’.
“Why, hello there.” You heard someone say from behind you. You turn around to see Dib standing behind you, with his arms crossed.
“Uh...hi?” you say, shyly. Zim turns around as well and glares at Dib. Dib looks at him for a bri
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As you slowly walk to your new school, you feel a pang of depression. New school, new kids, no friends. That’s how it normally went for you. You sigh. Finally, you can see a giant sign above a building that says ‘Skool’. Maybe the people who started the school couldn't spell properly. You push through the front door and make your way to your new class. The teacher, Mrs. Bitters, glared at you as you entered, making you feel slightly uncomfortable. You stood in front of the class, looking at everyone. The guy that caught your eye the most was a kid with green skin and no ears, who looked as if he was plotting an evil scheme as he stared at you. Talk about weird! There was also another kid with glasses that wasn't paying all that much attention to you. He was staring at the green kid with great concentration.
“Everyone” Mrs. Bitters started to speak. “This is (y/n)(y/s). She is the latest addition to the class...now hurry
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Sorry everyone for not updating sooner! I had basically forgotten about the whole thing and then my laptop needed to be fixed and all this stuff...I'm terribly sorry about the long wait! DX
Hopefully part 5 won't take as long... X3
It was finally the weekend! You flopped onto your bed after a long and seemingly endless day at school. Your parents were hopefully not going to keep you locked up all two days so you could go and hang out with Zim. And at that moment...
"(y/n)!!!" you heard a voice scream at you through the window.
"What the?!" You yelled as you fell off your bed. You looked up to see Zim staring at you from his place on the window. You sigh. Maybe you didn't want to see him straight away...maybe play some video games and relax first. "Hey, Zim." You say, slowly getting up from the place where you fell. Zim welcomed himself inside
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You withered around on the metal table that the robotic arms roughly shoved you on as Zim kept fiddling with his tools, including some razor-like equipment that looked alien. Well, what else did you expect? He WAS alien.
"What the heck to you think you're doing?!" you yelled at him from your spot on the other side of the room.
"Shut up, human!! I'm concentrating!! Unless you WANT to be killed from a miscalculation!!" You shut up, growling under your breath. What was he plotting? Nothing good you could tell. From the time you spent together, you could piece together facts that he wasn't exactly out to help the human race... While you were pondering over this, you didn't realize that Zim had removed his wig and contacts so when you looked up, a completely different form than what you were used to loomed over you. Your eyes widened and you gulped. This was gonna get ugly. "Now, human, you must stay perfectly still unless you want harm to be done to you!!" Frowning, you nodded.
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You looked at yourself in the mirror that Zim had given you. You were now an Irken with pale green skin, curly antennae and purple eyes. Your uniform was magenta, just like Zim's as well and you were wearing black gloves and boots. The only real difference between you both now was your eyelashes and the fact that you were slightly taller than Zim. Zim was giggling and rubbing his hands together.
"Yeesss...I have done it!! I have brought you back to the Irken Empire from the darkness of this human filth!!"
"Yeah, yeah, thanks a lot Zim." You were a bit too busy admiring your new look and trying to keep your antennae under control to listen properly to him at the moment. You were grateful, for now you could live the life of an Invader, the life you missed out on. Suddenly, Zim grabbed your hand. Quite gently too, for his standards.
"Come on hu-I mean, fellow Irken Invader! I shall teach you everything there is to know about Irk and it's inhabitants!!" Then he dragged you off to ano
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He stood there in front of me, nothing but crazed, lonely, desperation in his eyes. Once vibrant green skin had paled more than I thought possible. Now he just looked plain sickly. Bright ruby eyes had faded and lost all of their wide-eyed wonder and spark. Antennas were drooped so low, they grazed his shoulders when he made the slightest movement.
Zim had no doubt walked all the way here out of his disguise. But no one turned their head at the "crazy foreign kid disguised as an alien". How backwards they had it . And they would never know.
I didn't know for sure why Zim was here. But I did know why he looked so wrong. Like an abandoned puppy that had been kicked out of a moving vehicle. This time he hadn't been able to hit the ground running.
Two weeks ago I had watched his Tallest, his species' leaders, tell him he was a 'defect'. An outcast, a waste of space, an idiot, an annoyance. Not an Irken. As I watched throu
Where To Spend The Holidays- ZaDrBecause of Dad's hatred of Santa, my family doesn't really celebrate Christmas. That's putting it lightly. One time I brought in a Christmas tree ornament we made at school and Dad blew up.Where To Spend The Holidays- ZaDr in Romance More Like This
Not that my Dad's craziness ever stops me and Gaz from having a great time! Sort of. I normally get Gaz a present of some sort and deliver it to her door. Then I run away before she comes out with MY present. I learned on year one of our tradition to never wait around for her to get to that door. I still have nightmares, sometimes.
This year Gaz went to her friend's house for Christmas Eve. (Yes, friend. It shocked me too.) And it's not like I want to stay around and listen to Dad's rambling about how truly evil the big jolly man really is all by myself. So I took off to Zim's.
Why did I pick Zim? Well, even though he hates me, he at least talks to me. And I think his dog-robot thing likes me. The combination of attention from an insulting green alien and a neurotic green dog thing would be WA
I Melt With You (ZaDr Song Challenge #4)"I I tried to save them. That counts, right?"I Melt With You (ZaDr Song Challenge #4) in Drama More Like This
"Of course it does. They didn't want to be saved, the stupid monkeys."
Dib bit his lips and turned away. Zim had tried to comfort him, but the alien wasn't exactly all that sympathetic towards what was happening to the poor boy's race.
The two sat side-by-side on the roof of Zim's disguised base, watching the horrifying demise. This barren wasteland laced with fire had nothing to do with a certain alien race like Dib had first accused. Rather, his own species had turned on itself.
No one really knew where that first missile had been launched from. But with the well-being of innocent citizens out of mind, everyone was determined to have the last stand.
Dib tried so very hard to save his little town. He really had. But why would anyone listen to one insane little boy? Everyone was already too far gone; stuck in their own little fantasy worlds instead of the real ones. He had even convinced Zim to stand up and confirm the on-coming attac
Alone Together -Zim and Dib-They grew up in worlds of exile where everyone who ever should have loved them spit in their faces instead. But they did grow up. They hated their lives too much to ever give in to something as soothing as death. They would rather continue to dwell in their dark passions.Alone Together -Zim and Dib- in Drama More Like This
And they grew up with this hatred boiling inside them. The dark haired boy became tall, lean. His features turned sharp and his lips slowly formed a permanent scowl as his smiles appeared less and less. It was only when he gave up trying to fit in with his fellow species that they suddenly wanted him for themselves. The women would stare as this living shadow brushed past delicately as if it didn’t even exist. Dark, forbidding, mysterious; everything a rebellious girl would want. But it was far too late- the boy was already done with this world.
One last push from a family that barely remembered his name except when they were screaming at him was all it took to drive him dir
Love Game (ZaDr Song Challenge #2)A pale hand shot out to snake across a certain alien's hips. A touch so light it would make most shiver in surprise. But no luck.Love Game (ZaDr Song Challenge #2) in Romance More Like This
No luck at all.
"Oh, come on Zim! How did you know? I was even extra sneaky this time!" The Irken in disguise looked over his shoulder to smirk at the frustrated boy.
"Please, human," Zim replied with a laugh. "You stink up the entire school as soon as you walk through the doors. ZIM could smell you coming from a mile away!"
"I don't smell THAT bad, you drama queen."
"Zim is no queenliness of dramatics! You are the smell-beast who fogged all the windows!"
"Yeah, yeah." Dib rolled his eyes but let a small smile escape to his lips. "I'll get you next time, space-boy."
"Not before Zim does!"
"That makes no sense!" They went their separate ways, both smiling. This was a little 'game' the two had started playing. Dib really couldn't remember all too well how it had started. Something about an accident in the gym locker room where Dib had suppo
Don't Take The Girl (ZaDr Song Challenge #3)"But But Dad! He's an ALIEN! I don't WANT him to go! He'll ruin the entire trip," a small eight-year-old Dib whined at his father.Don't Take The Girl (ZaDr Song Challenge #3) in Drama More Like This
"Now, son. That's not a very nice way to treat your little foreign friend."
"Dad! For the last time, he's not foreign! He's an-"
"Look, son. I know you don't want him to go. But it's just a simple day at the park! What harm could he do? Besides, some day maybe you'll change your mind about having friends."
"I have friends!"
"Of course you do son. Of course you do. Now go get in the car." Dib cast a glare at the alien who was being un-naturally quiet and almost calm. He was positive the only reason he wanted to go on the 'family trip' was to ruin everything. Or maybe study family behavior for his own sinister uses.
"Dad, please," he tried one last plea. "You can take anyone! You can... you can invite my entire class! Just NOT him!" But his father ignored him, as he was used to, and got into the car. Dib threw yet another hateful glance at Zim as
I hate you-ZaDr Chapter 1"What is it?" A large purple alien with tentacles asked as it peeked through the bars of a certain scythe haired teen's cage.I hate you-ZaDr Chapter 1 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"It's a human, a very rare find nowadays...which means it's far more than you can afford." The salesman said, shooing the poor alien away with his claw like hands.
This was how it was every day, the human was packed up in his cage and set out like an item to be bought and people who noticed him were always too poor to buy him. The human had used to struggle and scream at the salesman in a strange language that nobody in their right minds knew, but after a couple of beatings he'd been silenced and he now obediantly sat in his cage cross legged, not even bothering to look up from his lap. Most would believe he was dead were it not for the calm rise and fall of his chest and occasional sick cough that escaped him. He was clothed in the skinny jeans he had been found in years ago and they were stained, ripped, and much to small for him.
"Well, how much is he?" A voi
Dying Tonight-ZaDr part 3The human was banging loudly on the door to Zim's house, each knock resounding in an almost eery way into the empty base...not even answered by the insane robot who had surely been deactivated the second the irken had died. "ZIM I KNOW YOU'RE HOME, ANSWER THE FUCKING DOOR!" He screamed, trying and once again failing to kick the electronically locked barrier. "DAMNIT!" He yelled furiously as he plopped down on the front step. Why wouldn't the alien answer his door? Usually he at least had Gir try and keep him busy. He sighed, running a hand through his tossled hair, it looked like he was going to have to use a different entrance.Dying Tonight-ZaDr part 3 in Short Stories More Like This
The teen stood up and began circling the house as he looked for at least a window or something that wouldn't be noticed if broken..but it wasn't like anybody would notice if it was the front windows anyway, people on this planet were just plain stupid. Dib gave an exhasperated huff when he found no such window and was about to go back to knocking on the door an
Dying Tonight-ZaDr Part 2 Dib wasn't worried when the little green alien didn't show up for school the next day or the day after that or the day after that. He just thought the insane alien was working on his latest plan to conquer earth. Of course he wasn't worried at all, that was a feeling he reserved for people he cared about. But then why did he have a feeling something bad had happened?Dying Tonight-ZaDr Part 2 in Short Stories More Like This
The mysterious phone call he'd received late that Tuesday wasn't helping with his suspicions. The irken had sounded broken when he'd hung up, almost on the verge of crying; but Irkens didn't cry. He'd never even seen the irken sad or close to being unoptimistic.
Dib gave out a loud sigh, which amazingly went unnoticed by the teacher, and stared at the clock. Ten more minutes and he'd go to Zim's house. He'd vowed to himself that he'd check on Zim today. Not that he was worried
I Hate You-ZaDr Chapter 2Dib was laying on the mattress of a magenta sheeted bed, clad in his familiar trench coat, neutral smiley face T-shirt, and of course new clean skinny jeans. His limbs were sprawled out over the bed and he was practically purring at the feeling of the soft clean sheets. Cleanliness was a luxury he'd gone without for years and finally being able to enjoy it was amazing.I Hate You-ZaDr Chapter 2 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The mattress felt as soft as a cloud to him...almost like one of those memory foam beds on earth, and the room was pleasantly warm. During his study of irken culture, he'd found that irkens were extremely similar to cold blooded creatures in the sense that they couldn't control their body temperature. Because of this important armada ships had a heater built into them. For invaders however they had a certain program installed into their PAK which kind of worked in the same way that humans regulated their body temperature.
The human rolled over onto his side, nuzzling his face into one of the oversized pillows. The room d
Dying Tonight-ZaDr "Dib?" asked a strangely soft voice over the device in the human's hand.Dying Tonight-ZaDr in Fantasy More Like This
"What is it space-boy?" Dib asked spitefully. He hated the irken, and how the alien had gotten his phone number was beyond him.
"Dib, Do you think," There was a short pause and a shuddered breath could be heard from the cell phone, "Dib do you think I'm a good invader?" The irk finally asked.
"What does that have to do with anything?" The human asked irritatedly after a long pause. The alien was always so vague and it ticked him off almost as much as the alien's screaming.
"I just have to know." Zim replied softly, trying to keep his voice level and calm.
"Well if you must know, I think you're a horrible invader and I wish yo
Trench Coat-ZaDr Zim stepped out of his house and into the frigid air, wearing his usual uniform. He hated earth winters, they were cold and made all the humans sniffly.Trench Coat-ZaDr in Fantasy More Like This
The alien's uniform was extremely thin and did nothing to block out the chill. Which is probably why he was so cold, but he'd never stoop so low as to buy a human coat. His race however had never heard of a coat before since it was always warm on his planet, so he went without anything to block out the elements. He refused to wraps his arms around himself, this would show that he was cold, and that would be a weakness. The irken walked down the sidewalk, occasionally slipping on a patch of ice or two before regaining his balance.
Dib stepped out of his own home, wrapped up in his warm trench coat. He didn't much like winters either, they were cold and he hated getting sick.
Reproductive Joos-ZaDr Part 6It took Dib 20 minutes longer than usual to get to his house, but it seemed much longer than even that. Each step had been torture since pretty much every human was staring at the high alien; even though half of them looked much weirder.Reproductive Joos-ZaDr Part 6 in Short Stories More Like This
Dib opened the door to the Membrane household then tugged the alien inside. He finally relieved Zim of the trench coat wrapped around his head after he'd closed the door. He sighed in relief that had been much harder than he'd expected. The human walked over to the couch to sit down, completely content with letting Zim do whatever until he wasn't high anymore.
"Where are the snacks?!" Zim yelled right before Dib could sit down.
Dib let out another sigh, though this time it was more aggravated. "They're in the kitchen." He replied gently.
"Can we watch a MOVIE?!" Zim asked suddenly becoming very hyper once more.
"Fine what do you want to watch?" Dib asked, rubbing at his temples agitatedly. He felt like he was babysitting a 5 year old.
Reproductive Joos-ZaDr Part 5 With that decision Zim danced his way through the crowd and towards the utterly confused human. There were no words to describe how messed up Zim was at this point; he was seeing floating pandas and everything was really bright and colorful to him. He stumbled over someone else's feet, and fell on his stomach in front of someone. He giggled when he realized it was the Dib who had been so lucky as to have him fall in front of him, and he latched onto his leg.Reproductive Joos-ZaDr Part 5 in Short Stories More Like This
"Hiiiiiii, hyuuuuman. I missed yoooooooou." He said, nuzzling his cheek against the other's boot.
"Zim?" Dib asked, glancing down at the alien confusedly. The irken was overly happy and seemed to be disoriented, he was also not wearing his disguise which both confused and frightened the human for some reason. What the heck was wrong with him? He bent down and picked the alien up by his shou
Strangers-ZaDr Chapter 1 The new kid; no matter where you were from, or what grade you were in you always heard about them. They were always the main topic, even at the Hi Skool. Dib however did not participate in the usual gossip; he simply sat in the corner of the cafeteria deep in a book labeled "How to catch a ghost." He was an outcast so of course nobody talked to him and he was left in peace. The teen pushed his glasses higher up on his nose, better adjusting the lenses for reading; he wore a long black trench coat with several pockets and zippers on it that had no real purpose, his pants were long black skinny jeans, and upon his feet were a pair of black combat boots. The boy's hair was rather unusual; it stood on end atop his head curving in a sort of scythe like fashion while the back of his head was shaved, though if that wasn't weird enough, a deep blue streak ran through the center of it, matching the shade of his shirt almost to perfection.Strangers-ZaDr Chapter 1 in Fantasy More Like This
30 Minutes-ZaDr Dib was standing outside of his home silently. He did not approach the building, because he knew that soon it would fall to the ground and become ash. He looked to his right, just watching as the houses in that direction collapsed much like his would. Like dominoes in the wake of a blazing fire.30 Minutes-ZaDr in Short Stories More Like This
He was not scared nor was he surprised by the sight, in fact there was just a numbness settling over him. He just watched in an almost sick fascination as the fire traveled closer and closer to his own home, the flames licking hungrily at the sides of the technology filled building before taking it all away in a minute or two of raging fire.
The teen stuffed his hands in his pockets and walked calmly away from the fire, he knew he couldn't stay for long because soon the spot where he was standing would be engulfed in fire as well as most everything else
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Chapter One: Over the Radio
Dib's radio was picking up an odd signal. He turned the knob a little to the left. A little to the right. There was a short whine, and the sound came through clear. "Your turn, Zim," said an odd voice - it was high and low at the same time. "You've been assigned to...Earth. One more thing, Zim. This is NOT a regular conquer mission...it's a-" The signal faded out. Dib's eyes widened. This wasn't what he thought it was, was it? It had to be. Dib packed up his radio as quickly as possible and slid off the roof,
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Chapter 2: The New Kid
It was an average, boring day in school. Ms. Bitters lectured, yelled at people, along with all the other usual things. It was average as average got...that is, until the principal came in. He and Ms. Bitters spoke in hushed tones, until she nodded and he left the room. Ms. Bitters spoke up in her loud, screechy voice, "Class, we have a new student joining us. Please be welcoming, as he might not be as bad as you kids turned out. Now come on in, whatever your name is." The door cracked open, and the new kid stepped in. Everyone's mouths dropped open. The new kid was AWESOME, and he hadn't even spoken a single word yet. He was very pale with black hair and blue-gray eyes, and he wore a nicely fitting long-sleeved shirt with an odd symbol on it - it
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Chapter 5: An Infiltration Of Sorts
Zim and Dib stepped out of the Pokemon Center. Walking down the street were two women, in Team Plasma uniforms, strolling down the street.
"Hey, it's those creepy guys," whispered Dib. "What was that they were saying? Something about Pokemon rights?"
"Come on, let's follow them and see what they're up to."
Zim and Dib stalked down the road, hiding behind a small row of hedges as the two women passed.
"-New plan is very good, the boss was telling me the details earlier-"
Zim and Dib couldn't hear them anymore, as they were out of earshot and the row of hedges ended here.
"Looks like they're going in that building," said Dib.
Zim whipped out a pair of binoculars, focusing on the building they were going into.
"Looks like some kind of club, but it says 'Women Only' on the front door," informed Zim.
"Gee, if only one of us could change into seamless disguises at will to become a perfectly convincing
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Zim and Gaz visited each other like this every day for almost a month, much to Dib's chagrin. Dib kept trying to convince Gaz that her friend was an alien, but she would have nothing of it. "Shut up, Dib. If you knew him, you wouldn't think like that."
It was on a particular afternoon in school that something odd happened. It was free period, where students could do what they wanted. Most students chose to hang out in the hallways, but Zim and Gaz took advantage of this time in the library, studying for a test. Zim appeared to be focused on his work. Gaz's mind, however, drifted in other directions. Zim's deep blue-gray eyes were focused intently on the page, almost giving the appearance of scanning it. He was quietly mumbling to himself, perhaps to help himself remember the information. Watching him sit there like that, Gaz suddenly felt a pul
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Chapter 1: Hurled Through the Warphole
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"Get OFF of me, Dib!" shouted Zim, pinned down by Dib.
"Never!" shouted Dib back, struggling to keep a hold on the Irken. They were deep into Zim's lab, and Zim was just about to fire a death ray at the Earth before Dib showed up and knocked him to the ground.
"I repeat, get OFF of me!"
"No way, not after-"
There was a flash of light, and it went black.
. . .
They both sat up. They were in a grassy area, right out side of a small town.
Dib jumped up, pointing accusingly at Zim. "What did you do?!" he demanded.
"Actually, I didn't do anything this time," said Zim, also standing up and brushing himself off.
They both looked around. "Well, where are we?" asked Dib.
Zim read a small sign. "It appears we're in some place called Nuvena Town."
Dib sighed. "I've never hear
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Chapter Three: Gaz goes Visiting
Zim sat on the couch, kneeling off to the side, doing his homework. He felt his first day on Earth had gone reasonable well, with the exception of that boy Dib completely psychoing out and assaulting him. Gir was curled up on the edge of the couch, and all was quiet. There was a knock on the door. Zim set his work down and went to answer it. Gir trotted after him. Zim was surprised at who was there.
It was the purple-haired girl who had been sitting near Dib. Gaz, was it? She stared upward, appearing to be trying to think of the right words. "Sorry about my brother earlier," she said, "He's really weird like that."
Zim shrugged. "It's fine." he said simply. Gaz looked surprised, but appeared to not have much mor
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Chapter 3: An Odd Meeting
Zim and Dib walked through the forest path, looking down at the trainer cards they'd been given by the lady from the Pokemon Center.
"I swear, that lady put 'Pokemon Breeder' under Trainer Type on purpose," said Dib. "You're lucky, you got 'Ace Trainer.'"
"Honestly, 'Pokemon Breeder' sounds like someone who really knows about Pokemon to me," said Zim.
"But to BREED them?!"
"I'll admit, that's a bit weird. Under personality, I got 'Serious.' What did you get?"
"'Naughty.' I swear, that lady has it out for me."
Zim was about to reply, but he was bowled over to the ground. When he recovered from the blow, he looked up at his attacker. It was a tiny, puppy-looking Pokemon. It was yipping happily, and and didn't seem at all combative.
"Hey, I think he likes you, Zim!"
"No kidding. Say, maybe this would be a good opportunity to catch more Pokemon." He pulled
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Chapter 4: A Different Perspective
Zim and Dib sat down on two of the little, cushioned stools lining the Pokemon Center. Dib leaned back in his chair, his Oshawatt sitting obediently by his feet. Several young trainers had their eyes glued to a television screen, which was broadcasting a report of a drive-by in Saffron City, Kanto.
Zim snickered quietly.
"What's so funny?" asked Dib, a bit offended that Zim was laughing at something like this.
"Oh, I'm not laughing at the shooting," said Zim, leaning back in his chair. "I'm laughing at the absolute stupidity of humans."
"What do you mean?" asked Dib.
"Humans: Turning on their own kind rather than working towards a common goal they're self-destructive! Much better things could be done with technology than using it to kill each other. Oh, sure, nothing's wrong with a bit of friendly competition, like these Pokemon Battles, and every society's bound to hav
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Chapter 6: A Few Familiar Faces
Ha! Got ya!" yelled Dib triumphantly, having just snagged his very own Pidove. The two had been on a catching spree for the past hour or so, catching as many Pokemon as they could for their own teams and the Pokedex. Zim's team now included a Ponpur and a Pidove, and Dib's now had a Ponsage, along with the Pidove he just caught. "So, how many we have in the 'Dex so far?"
"Let's see," said Zim, whipping the Pokedex out of his pocket. "Twenty-four!"
"Woo! We're making pretty good progress!"
"Now for the bad news," said Zim. "There are one hundred and thirty-two left to go."
"WHAT?!" asked Dib, jaw dropping.
"And that's just in Unova. There are six hundred and forty-nine Pokemon in the world total, so if we want to make a truly complete Pokedex, we're going to need about...six hundred and twenty-five more."
Dib groaned. "Well, let's focus on the Unov
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Chapter 2: Delusions of Grandeur
They left the library, going down the road.
"We're looking for Professor Juniper's lab, they say that you can get Pokemon from there," said Zim.
"I wonder what they'll be like," said Dib.
"The information I downloaded didn't have any pictures of them, so I wouldn't know."
Dib shrugged. "Well, I guess we'll find out soon enough."
"You know, you're not that bad when you aren't trying to kill me," said Dib.
"Neither are you." They stopped outside of a large building. Outside was a sign which read 'Professor Juniper's Research Lab.' There were two other kids, looking about Zim and Dib's age, hanging around the entrance.
One of them, a girl, piped up, "Hello! Are you two here to get Pokemon, too?"
Zim and Dib nodded.
The boy, a rather snobbish looking child, sneered. "I haven't seen you two around here before."
"We just moved here," said Dib.
"Hm. Think you can handle yo
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 3)I awoke the next morning, body feeling numb from the previous night. . . I sat up slowly, to find myself on the floor where I had blanked out in blissful exhaustion.Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 3) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I looked around, to find Zim a few feet away, laying on the floor, asleep. I figured his body must’ve blinked out to. . .
I crawled over to him, anger from the previous day completely gone. I examined him, in his dozing state, and what I observed made me sick to my stomach.
Zim’s wrists were badly bruised, most likely because of how recklessly I grabbed them, how tight I held them into place. He was shivering possibly because he had slept on the cold floor all night long. . .
I carefully lifted his head, careful to not wake him, and placed it on my lap. Why had I done that? I’m no better than him, actually compared, mine was worse. . .
I sighed, “Zim? Wake up. . .”
Zim’s eyes opened slowly, then he sat up, pain filled expression on his slender face, “D-Dib?” He seemed to have
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Zim seemed to ignore my question, and instead walked passed me, to a book shelf. He picked out a book, and opened it, apparently scanning the contents.
He began to hum lightly as he looked tough the pages. I rolled my eyes, and sat on the floor, that’s when I noticed the pain. I hissed a bit, and looked down at my torso. It was covered in bite marks, and scratches. .
Dib whimpered, “Z-Zim?”
“What do you want? Stupid big-headed-fool-boy-creature. . .” Zim sighed, as he continued with his reading.
“Where did these bites marks come from?” I asked worriedly, hoping Zim would bother answering.
“From me. . .” Zim said frown on his face, yet never looking up from his book.
“How about the scratches?” I asked, surprised.
“Zim did that to.” Zim answered, still never looking up from his book.
Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 3)Zim sat on the floor; his purple bulbs of eyes looked sad and were down cased. It's been weeks since he had set a single foot in the transmissions room, and he could not believe the state he left it in.Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 3) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The transmissions screen, in which he used to talk to the tallest on, was broken, and dirty with dust and some sort of mashed potatoes.
The floor was now covered in batter, flour, and other things GIR carried around with him. Zim stood, no longer too much in shock to walk around.
He placed his three fingered hand on the screen and a lone tear began to run down his cheek. He stayed like that for a moment before tearing away his hand. The memories in his mind assaulted him with guilt sadness and regret. He could not believe what he had gone though, for just a petty lie.
"Zim needs no one." He said to himself, "Zim will show them. ZIM will show them that he isn't inferior, isn't insane!" He screamed.
He then kicked a wall and sat back down on the ground, rocking back and forth s
Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 1)Zim sat on the purple sofa that sat in the living room. His head was against the back of the sofa, and his eyes were closed. He then began to hum a strange tune.Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 1) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
GIR, who sat beside of him, was laughing and carrying on about The Angry Monkey show, and the other usual things he carry's on about.
Suddenly the room was silent, other than the purr of the TV. GIR stopped his bickering, and turned to Zim. There was a deep frown on his face, which was unusual for the tiny robot.
Finally GIR spoke, "Mastah? Why are yew so sad?" He asked.
Zim opened his eyes, and sat up, "It's nothing GIR. Just continue watching that disgusting show, and leave me ZIM, at peace." He then closed his eyes and rested once more.
GIR knew that he was not telling the truth, but he also knew he did not want to bother his master while he seemed sad, so Gir returned to his watching of the TV.
Suddenly the doorbell rang, and the security alarm went of, "WARNING, INTRUDER ALERT! UNATHERIZED PERSONEL IN YARD!" It rang.
Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 7)Author's note: Hey people I love that yew guys are so into this!!! i am happy to announce that in this chapter there is a song! yay music!!! anyway here is the link, play while you read or read then play yay!!! This song is only for the first part of this chapter, when you reach the part about the moon, you can exit the song. . . here's the link: http://www.4shared.com/mp3/xFxrcxQA/04_Youre_Dead_Wrong.htmInvader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 7) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
In biology Gaz sat flustered, and completely unwilling to continue, when Zim sat beside of her.
"Gaz-beast, can I the almighty ZIM, sit next to you?" He asked.
Gaz looked at him and shrugged, "Whatever."
Zim smiled, but his mind was in other places. He was wondering why he loved being so close to her. He couldn't help but sit next to her, and he felt so happy when he did. Zim felt a sort of longing when she was not near him. He did not understand why, but he did not question it.
The teacher walked in, "Hello class, I am Mr.
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Silence seemed to take over Zim and Gaz. Zim did not know how to break the silence, or how to talk to Gaz.
Gaz on the other hand wished for Zim to end said silence. She'd rather him make the mess, that she would not have to help clean up. So she waited.
Zim- who could now sit up on his own, but only in moderation- sat up, and decided it was time to break the silence.
He coughed, "Gaz, I have a question."
Gaz opened one eye, "What is it?"
Zim tugged at the collar of his shirt, "Well I just- ZIM would like to know why we haven't spoken much." Zim clenched his fists waiting for the worse.
"I really don't know Zim. I guess it's because I've been think too much." She replied, allowing Zim to settle.
"Thinking about what?" He asked, while she sat on the bed.
"Oh- a couple of random thoughts." Zim smiled at her response, and positioned himself next to her, letting out a huff of pain.
He leaned on her so he could breathe, which was hard for him to do when sitting upright. His eye
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Dib waited angrily outside of the hi-skool. He passed back and forth, waiting for his sister and for Zim.
Time ticked by, and he felt like crying. Why would Zim steal his only safe heaven? How would he? Why would he? Dib begged his brain for the answers that seemed so obvious.
Finally, it was three and the teens and young adults began to run out of the building.
Dib rang his knuckles, he meant business. Then to his dismay, he saw Zim, walking closely beside of Gaz. Gaz was actually smiling and laughing at something Zim had said. That was the final straw, Dib ran up to them.
"Hey Zim!" Dib yelled, making Zim look up. Suddenly pain went though Zim's squeedlyspooch and he knelt on the ground. Dib had just struck him
Zim stood and struck Dib in the face, knocking off his glasses. Dib growled, and went to hit Zim back, but Gaz grabbed his arm, "W
Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 5)"What do you mean?" Asked Gaz, shock finally in her voice.Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 5) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"I am no longer an invader, or at least and Irken one. They lied to me for so many years, the Tallest they told me a lie to just get rid of me. They banished me to this filthy ball of- of- DIRT." He cried.
"They told me that if I ever contacted them, or even tried to leave Earth they would kill me on the spot." He finished.
Gaz could not believe her ears, not an invader. Was lied to! Gaz then could not help but ask, "Why are you telling me this?"
Zim looked at her deep into her eyes, his blue contacts dark and sad, "Because you're the only pig-smelly that I can trust.
Gaz felt the strange urge to smile again, but resisted. They both remained silently staring at each other, now with a new respect.
The computer broke the silence, "My lord, it is almost midnight. I suggest you get some rest, you will need it for skool tomorrow."
Zim nodded in agreement, "Yes, so do you Gaz."
Gaz yet again was left in a state of shock; d
Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 2)GIR ran a riot in the living room; he was dancing and rolling on the floor, like a mad man. He was giggling devilishly to himself, and he even managed to make the computer laugh once or twice.Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 2) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
GIR then stood and silenced, because he heard his master yelling and screaming in the other room. It always made GIR sad to hear his master be like that.
GIR then ran to the front door, he was going to leave to go to one of his favorite clubs, but before he went out the door, something caught his eye.
The note that Zim, carelessly discarded, it was lying on the floor beside the trashcan. GIR smiled, and went over to pick up the note, because he was even curious to what the note said.
Gir then yelled, "I'ma gonna read this up!"
Then he picked up the note, and scurried to the sofa. He sat down excitedly, and laughed for reasons unknown.
He opened the note and started to read, his smile growing wider as the words progressed.
"Mastah needs to read this! It's so cute, aw Gazzy." He squirmed. He could
Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 4)Dib ran upstairs to his room, still stoked about the mysterious mysteries episode he had just witnessed.Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 4) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
He hurriedly put on his pajama pants, and took off his shirt. Then he sank into his bed.
Little did Dib know that his sister has not come home? He did not know he was home all alone.
He closed his eyes in an attempt to sleep, but hours pasted and his mind wound not drift off to sleep. The reason was that he could not empty his mind of the single thought that haunted his mind since elementary skool. The image in his mind never changing. It was Tak.
This thought keep him up endless hours of the night, and once he did fall asleep, it haunted his nightmares. Why? He would always wonder why was the only girl who ever listened to him, who never made fun of him, why did she have to be an Irken? Why could he just fall in love with a normal human girl, who was not destroyed in his fight to save the world?
Why was the only girl to hate Zim, have to be an alien?
Dib sighed; she agreed with him
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Several days had passed since Kagekao had awoken in bandages. He was recovering and doing better, but was still injured. However, he could stand and walk without pain now; so he insisted that they returned to the house.
AkaDoku objected at first, saying that Kage was still too injured to make the journey; but he could tell how much Kage wanted to go, so he gave in.
Now they were both headed towards the other city. Doku constantly looked back at Kage to make sure he was alright.
“You doing alright?” Doku asked him, once again turning to look back.
“大丈夫よ！” (I’m alright!) Kage hissed “Stop asking.”
“It’s just that, they shot you so many times!” Doku stopped walking, concerned.
“Don’t worry about me,” Kage walked past him. “If a wound breaks open then I’ll tell you, let’s go.”
Doku continued walking, catching up with Kage. They had reached the other city,
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Kage sighed. He climbed further up the roof so that he could no longer hear his parents; he didn’t like to hear them so sad.
Kage climbed to the highest part of the roof and sat down; he felt like he needed some alone time to think. He felt afraid; he didn’t know what his parents were planning, but it didn’t sound very easy.
He closed his eyes and listened to the sounds of the night. The wind blowing through the grass and the trees, crickets here and there, things of that sort. They were calming and peaceful, something nice.
Kage opened his eyes, and thought he saw something in the woods. He grew alert and looked over in the direction where he thought he had seen it. It had been small and subtle, but there was something.
Kage silently climbed down the roof and onto the ground. He headed into the forest, looking for the thing that he had seen. He walked over to where he had seen it, and found it; a small luminous yellow light floating through the air. It was a firefly,
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Memories; they came in all sorts of ways. Some were beautiful, something to be remembered and cherished for years to come. Some were traumatizing, things that were longed to be forgotten, but stayed. And yet still, some were just small fragments of scenes from one’s life.
They were like small video clips that played in one’s mind briefly.
Kagekao reached out his claws and sunk them into the bark of a tree. He pulled himself upward, climbing higher. From the ground, Kurai watched his son. Finally, he reached the highest branch of the moderately sized tree.
‘I did it!’ He shouted proudly, but then foolishly fell. His father reached out and caught him before he hit the ground.
‘You know you’re supposed to keep your claws unsheathed, right?’ Kurai asked the young demon. Kage laughed, embarrassed.
They seemed small, maybe even insignificant; but they were so much more.
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The doors burst open, several policemen rushed inside; guns aimed and ready. Others stayed outside, some in the open and some crouched behind the police cars.
“So, how do we do this?” Doku whispered frantically to Kage.
“Want to take the ones outside? I’ll stay inside and get these ones.” Kage replied, unsheathing his claws.
“Ah, sure; just be careful.”
“I will, don’t worry.” Kage jumped to the wall and quickly climbed to the ceiling.
Doku went the other way, grabbing his bladed staff and going through a window. Outside was dark, from the roof Doku could see all around. Police cars surrounded the building, maybe half a dozen or so. Beside them were the police.
Doku stayed in the shadows, looking to see which ones to get first. He spotted two of them who were quite close to the building. He moved over to them quietly, without being noticed.
Then he shot out the bladed staff, piercing one of them in the shoulder. They cried out
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“お父さん. . .” (Dad . . .)
Kagekao knelt by his father, crying. The day had been so happy and fun; and now this. The night was silent, no cars, no people, nothing.
Kage felt something new start to burn inside him; what was that? . . . hate?
Scollex’s body had burned up into sparks and ashes, which drifted away on the wind and disappeared out of sight. Yuki picked up the silver daggers which remained, and then ran over to Kage and Kurai.
“クライ!” (Kurai!) She bent down and started to try and find any sign that he was still alive.
“お母さん、お父さんが . . .” (Mom, he’s . . .) Kage couldn’t finish his sentence.
Yuki put her ear against Kurai’s chest, listening for a heartbeat. Then she put her hand to his neck, feeling for a pulse. Then she gasped and looked up. She looked around the area for something, but didn’t seem t
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Kagekao followed Akadoku out of the warehouse. It was dark, so they didn’t have to worry too much about running into humans. They were able to walk normally on the sidewalk, hiding whenever a human came near.
They walked through the city, avoiding civilians and going at a quick pace. As they walked, Kage looked around. He could remember this place, he could remember climbing these buildings and preying on these people.
He could also remember the shinigami. Being in this city again, Kage could feel that dread that he had felt when he was younger and alone here; the dread that Scollex could be around any corner, ready and waiting to attack him.
Whenever turning a corner or hearing someone approach, Kage unsheathed his claws a little subconsciously, ready for a fight. Whenever he heard footsteps behind them he always expected to see those three large pairs of wings again.
“You seem kinda jumpy, 大丈夫か？” (Are you alright?) Doku asked, noti
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Kagekao had managed to sneak onto a flight headed to Japan. It was a long flight, but he managed to stay hidden throughout it. However, it was boring; so he did decide to have some fun towards the end of the flight.
After the plane had landed and the passengers were waiting to be let out, Kage had snuck up on two of the airline staff. He killed them silently, and then put their bloody bodies on the cart that held drinks and food. He then shoved the cart down the aisle, sending it rolling away with the bodies on it, spilling blood onto the floor as it sped by the passengers.
The passengers had panicked and started screaming and running around. Kage, satisfied with his work, made his way away from the scene and towards the cargo hold. People had already begun taking the bags out, so the door was open and he left.
It was late at night, so the area was dark and filled with shadows; perfect for a demon like Kage to stealthily get around.
Kage then made his way past the airport; climbing up
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Kagekao stopped; the blades of the staff were just inches away from the demon. His mask no longer showed an angry face, but one of confusion.
The demon eyed the deadly blades and sighs when he sees that they were no longer moving towards him. He took a few deep breaths to calm himself down. He slowly starts to get up.
The face on Kage’s mask changed back to an angry one, and he shoved the blade forward, causing the demon to fall again.
“おまえだれ！？” (Who are you!?) Kage snarled.
“まて、おまえ-!” (Wait, you-!) The demon replied hastily, raising his hands a little to show that he wouldn’t attack.
“どのようにオレの名前を知っていますか！？” (How do you know my name!?) Kage demanded angrily, feeling
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Kagekao was still confined to staying inside the house. It was a good thing, even if Kage didn’t see it that way, because his wounds hadn’t fully healed yet; however, because he couldn’t go outside, he was constantly bored throughout the day.
When night finally arrived, Kage climbed into bed to go to sleep. After a few long minutes, he felt himself drifting off; but someone opened the door to his room and rushed inside. It was Yuki; she shut the door silently and then looked at Kage.
“お母さん? 何で-？” (Mom? What is-?) Kage started, but Yuki quickly motioned for him to stay quiet. She pulled him out of bed and looked around the room. Spotting a shadowy area beside the bed, she crouched down there and hid in the dark. She motioned for Kage to do the same, so he did.
“何-?” (What-?) Kage started to ask again, but Yuki quieted him.
Kage was confused, but he obeyed. They sat in silence for a couple o
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Kagekao awoke to a bright but dimming light shining through the window. He had fallen asleep, and had slept through the day. Now it was at the end of the day, and the sun was almost finished setting.
Kage sat up and yawned. Looking around the room, he saw that he was still alone. A big part of him had hoped that he would wake up to find someone else here, but there was no one.
He took the blanket off of him and stood up. Kage walked over to the window and looked outside. The sun had dropped below the horizon and the light in the sky was fading to darkness.
He opened up the window and poked his head out, looking down at the streets. There were a few cars, and one or two humans walking along the street. Kage climbed out and onto the wall, shutting the window behind him. He climbed up to the roof and pulled himself up.
Looking up at the sky, there was a brilliant half-moon surrounded by a few stars. One by one, more stars came into view. Soon, the sky was full of wondrous stars. Kage gaze