It was a problem he had never dealt with before in all his twenty years. Every time said problem arose, his chest began to squeeze like it was going to burst his heart apart and his mouth refused to speak the correct words.
The problem was (name).
It wasn't as if N disliked the girl. No, it was quite the opposite; he had grown fond of her over the past couple of years. It was just that there were times when N found himself unable to function properly whenever (name) was within ten feet of him and he had absolutely no idea why. Yes, the whole shenanigans with the legendary dragons, Team Plasma and his "father" Ghetsis had ended a long time ago, but the Trainer was still not entirely comfortable with humans.
Touko and Touya, the twins who had once opposed N and Team Plasma but in the end turned out to be his two greatest friends, had introduced him to (name) right after the last of the Sages had been found and put i
His cap was lying beside him while head was resting on your lap softly as you ran your finger through his soft as silk, light green hair.
It was so long and not damaged, it made you wonder how he managed to keep it so good and healthy.
Putting this thought aside, you smiled lovingly at the sight of N.
It had been a while since you two had such a peaceful moment because of Team Plasma and all that jazz.
Your strokes started to slow down as your mind and eyes drifted off into the woods until they finally stopped.
N slowly opened his blue eyes and the first thing he saw was your face, which showed that you were deep in thoughts.
"Why did you stop?"
Snapping out of your daydream, you looked back to the young adult and saw his usual smile as he reached up with his left hand to brush his fingertips over your right cheek.
A loud roar made the whole tower quiver again and Touko desperatly searched for something to hold on to. What the heck was going on up there?
It was after the sithx gym that N had told Touko to go to the Dragon Spiral Tower. He had said something about befriending a legendary Pokemon. But could this really be the source of this noise? She sure had a hard time to believe this. Ever since that night in the Ferriswheel Touko knew that N wasn't a bad guy. Even when his plan was to seperate Pokemon from Humans. Or like he said 'liberate them from the grab of the humans'. Another roar and the tower shook again. This time Touko fell to the ground. "God damnit N. If you're the one doing this I sure have to make you clean up this mess..." Touko growled.
She got up on her feet again and finally reached another room. But to her surprise there was someone waiting for her. And it certainly wasn't the nice King of Team Plasma. Flavus, one of the seven sages, blocked her way. "Fooli
It was just another day in this cold, bland universe. By bland, I mean everything looks exactly the same; no color, no light, no dark, no shadow. I sigh and put on my plain, grey shirt and plain, grey shorts, over my plain, grey body. That's right. I am grey, all grey, except for my hair. My hair was neat, long, and (black/white depending on your hair color now); town regulations. I grabbed my grey book bag, walked down the smooth, grey hallway, and headed out the door, shouting a quick "Good-bye, Mother." over my shoulder. But instead of turning right towards the school bus stop, I turn left. The whole trip, I kept my head down, and a straight face. We weren't allowed to show emotion in public. I kept my paces neat and even on the right side of the sidewalk. Finally, I reached my destination, Feli's house. I opened the door without knocking, breaking yet another rule, and silently climbing