Pokemon - A New Journey Begins - Chapter 1Chapter 1: A New Beginning"I HATE the rain!" I complained, staring out the window at the miserable sky pouring down a miserable mood on my day. That was the worst part about where I lived, everyday you were guaranteed at least a bit of rain and most days it was quite heavy. Despite the fact that I hate rain, I love the water. I love going swimming and I'll take any chance I can get to jump into the sea. Only problem with swimming in the sea is the sand, and beaches.That's another thing I hate, sand. I hate how it gets stuck in between your toes and clings to everything. When I'm older I'm going to buy myself a big fancy house with a huge pool that I can swim in everyday without having to put up with any sand at all. I'm going to be rich and I'll have servants to wait on me 24/7.And I can't forget my pokemon! I'm going to capture hundreds of pokemon and become a world famous pokemon trainer and travel the world and "Hurry up, you brat! I'm not going to wait on you any longer!
Pokemon - A New Journey BeginsNOTE: this pokemon universe will be a little different than the original, you'll see those differences as you read on but it will mainly be more realistic with real life problems and such going on.I hope you enjoy my first fan fic ^^Journey's EndThe rain dripped down from the dark grey sky overhead with such a tired speed. Why was it falling so slowly? Was it trying to enjoy it's freefall whilst taking in the shadowed scenery?Everything will be over once it hits me. It'll all be over. If only that rain would hurry up and hit me.I can see it falling. I can trace a single drop from the moment it exits the cloud right down until it hits the ground, but none of them seem to hit me. They're falling but they don't hit me. Why won't they hit me? Are they doing this to spite me? Does the rain hate me so much that it won't even touch me?I can't feel anything anymore. I'm scared.What if the last thing I felt was the blood gushing from my side? I don't want that to be my last sensation, an