Pasta: She was different...She was just a little bit different... But still a Pokémon...More Like This
That day, I traded my Nidorina, Elisa, from LeafGreen to Emerald. I really needed someone to finish my party, and also someone to learn Strength.
I put her straight into my Party with her new teammates, and went into Lilycove City's department store for some shopping.
After buying lots of Proteins, Potions, Repels and Pokéballs, I ran near the ocean to hunt for some Pokémon.
I just entered my party to switch Blaziken with Swellow, and saw a thing that wasn't supposed to happen..
All my Pokèmon, except Elisa, were poisoned!
At first I thought: "This might be Elisa's fault, as she's a Poison-type No! Pokémon can only be poisoned in battle! It's impossible outside battle!"
I simply refused to believe that, and went back to Lilycove, to heal my poor poisoned Pokémon. Though, when I talked to the nurse, instead of healing my Pokémon , she spoke:
They cannot be healed.."
I became nerv
Lavender SuicidesLavender Town Syndrome over rated? True. Lavendar Town Syndrome is fake?More Like This
It started about... what, 2 months ago? Yeah, 2 months ago, about halfway through October. I was on Youtube, searching for random videos of who knows what when one of the people I subscribed uploaded a video. They were uploading a video that had scary video game music every day of the month until Halloween, and so far they had been uploading some pretty good and very unnerving music I had never heard before. So I was shocked to see they had uploaded Pokemon music.
I clicked on it anyways. It was the old, first version of the Lavender Town theme song. When I listened to the theme I remembered hearing it before, when I had played through the game. It honestly didn't sound scary at all to me, I actually even liked hearing it. But then I looked at the comments on the video.
Some users were talking about how Japanese kids had committed suicide on themselves after listening to this song. Interested,
CreepyPasta- The HackI've always been a fan of the Pokemon games. I remember getting into the cards as a kid, and from there I went to the show, and finally, the games. And even though I got rid of my cards long ago, and I haven't watched the show in years, when the new games come out, I'm always excited to try them out and spend days playing them. And every once in a while, I go back to my old games for a nostalgia trip. Call me childish, but something about those old games keeps calling me back for more, no matter how many times I play through them.More Like This
The problem is that my Pokemon blue version can't save anymore. Whether it's a dead internal battery or just a worn out cartridge after literal weeks of solid playtime, the game just couldn't take it anymore and gave out. My red version still works, but for some reason I always preferred blue. Maybe it's because of the color scheme, or because I got Blue version first, but I always liked Blue version better. I never had yellow, so playing that was out of the