THS Ch.109 - Problematic Oppressor PrimeapeMore Like This
Giving off a pained grunt, Lucario struggled to sit upright, finding it difficult to move his body. The noise of laughter surrounded him as his head bobbed back and forth, his sense of balance in complete shambles.
"Lucario! What happened!?" Zerobi shouted out in terror. The battle had been going in his favor for once, but the crack following his one failed dodge sounded unexpectedly nasty. She could not tell if he had suffered an unlucky injury, and in the corner of her eye she noticed a few of the Mankey moving closer.
"H-He…! He broke my…!" Lucario stammered with a panicked expression while laying his arm across his upper body for support. The Mankey cheered, laughed and howled as the Primeape brushed some dirt out of his fur.
"Mnngh, nice nice nice! What'd you break, boss!?" a Mankey chewing on a pair of sunglasses asked with excitement.
"His arm! His leg!" a second Mankey insisted while pulling the aforementioned Mankey's tail.
"His ribs! His ass!" a third one shouted
New Life!!!Hello all fellow Deviants it has been a wonderful experiment so far, Pokemon A New Frontier in which I speak of. Coming up with seven new types, seven regions, a story-line massive enough that is longer than all Gens up to date, combined. Creating 22 main characters, 7 villains, and choosing the fakemon to go along with their adventures along with incorporating these fakemon amongst the Pokemon World is no easy task.More Like This
The story begins with revealing the villain team and discovering that they are involved in illegal cloning and force evolution of certain species. They claim they do this for everyone's benefit, as half the Pokemon in the world up and vanish. If the pokemon numbers were in the categorized numbers of 1 - 721 (canon Pokemon) they simply go missing, whether they were captured or not. This sends the world into a tailspin. Trainers and Companies who rely on Pokemon are lost in their goals and endeavors. Citizens are scared, frustrated and down right lost. They don't know who to
The Human Species Ch.108 - Many Unruly MankeyMore Like This
Dawn broke, but did little to wake up the peacefully sleeping forest. Unparalleled stillness and silence reigned apart from the quietly rustling of leaves in the wind, and the occasional muttering of a certain Lucario who was quickly getting fed up with the treacherous terrain. While not quite on the same level as the jungle surrounding No Man's Land, the many roots and bushes did their part to slow him down and stub his toes.
"With so much overgrowth… You'd expect things to be a little warmer…" Lucario groaned as he could see that his breath was still visible from the cold. Zerobi followed him at a two meter distance, having gotten smacked by far too many accidentally bent branches snapping back into place to willingly move any closer. She also took the opportunity to make sure they were not being stalked, the unnaturally quiet forest making her feel uneasy.
"Weren't you complaining about the climate the last time too?" she asked, wondering if she even needed to point out
The Human Species Ch.107 - Reading (Epilogue XIV)More Like This
Although fairly big, it was an inconspicuous building in every way. Clad in grey walls, it had both a sloping ramp and a staircase leading up its humble entryway wearing a telltale sign reading "Two Essay", with a figure of a boy wearing glasses lying on top of the two S:es.
"A bookstore?" Lucario spoke up after a moment of silence, "… You do know I'm practically living in a fantasy novel, right?"
"That's exactly why! Pick a book about something you want to learn more about," Zerobi replied as she effortlessly walked up the ramp, "You have to stop relying on me for all your information, I never even graduated high school."
Lucario sighed as he followed her, but could not find any good footing on the slippery slope. Instead he sidetracked and went up the staircase.
"Besides, I need to practice my reading skills," Zerobi pointed out with a sigh as the doors in front of her opened automatically, "I went from reading every day to not reading ever. I don't want to forget everything an
The Human Species Ch.106 - Dangerous Dark AssassinMore Like This
A taste so wondrous, it surely had to be of another world. A packet of nutrition designed to encourage a pleased palette, a portal connecting his tongue with a whole new dimension of taste. It filled him with the desire to kneel in fervent prayer, praising whichever higher being would accept responsibility for allowing him this momentary yet oh so beautiful glimpse into heaven. His body sounded no complains, satisfied as it began laying a foundation of muscles and fat that would keep him alive for months to come.
"How is it?" Rukario asked with an intent stare. Lucario remembered his situation and faked a gag reflex.
"Terrible," Lucario lied, pulling down the corners of his mouth as if tasting something disgusting, "Whoops, manners. It's… OK, I guess?"
Rukario looked disappointed, and Lucario knew it was not simply because she thought he had scored a bad meal.
"No, that's alright," she said quietly while looking down at the ground, "Cyon used to… Never mind."
Why was she