Body SwappedSugar and Spice woke up with a yawn. She realized immediately something was off. She was not in the barn next to her father and siblings, but outdoors in the grass. Sugar looked at her hands and realized she was now in a human body. She looked around to find herself in a lovely but unknown garden.
Sugar and Spice tried to stand up to look around, but having never balanced on two feet before, she fell over into the grass. “Ouch!” She cried out. She sat up on her knees. She looked around, but could see no one. “Hello! Is anyone there?!” Sugar went quiet and listened, hoping to hear a voice in response.
The pokemon turned human tried to get up again. This time, she stood successfully and tried to walk. She stepped forward slowly, but even the one moment on just one leg caused her to use balance and fall. She let out a shriek as she hit the grass once more.
“Ugh! Screw it!” Sugar cried, almost falling into a bad mood. She crawled on all fours around the
Hypno's PlaytimeLunara’s pokmeon gathered around the now-fed hypno. Everyone was silent for a moment. The hypno looked around him. “What?” Morning Light hopped back up into his lap. “Now that you’re fed, why don’t you play with us?” She chirped.
Lunara tensed with discomfort. Why did they have to ask him to stay? Kitara nuzzled her uncomfortable trainer. She wanted to comfort her trainer by shooing the hypo away, but she knew Lunara’s fears were unfounded. Lunara picked Kitara up and snuggled her.
Sahara Night rubbed against Lunara’s leg. “It will be alright, Lunara. We’ll keep our eyes on him.” He gave her a reassuring smile. Lunara crouched down to pet him, making the four trait purr loudly.
Ballad looked around. “Well, how about hide and seek while it’s still bright out?” Eternal Knight couldn’t help but wag his tail. “Oh, that sounds fun! But won’t our new friend here have an unfair advantag
Time for Noms“Aw, I’m so sorry! Let us take you back to camp and give you some food!” Dawn said cheerfully. The other pokmeon apologized, while Lunara stood their frozen. “Um, no!” She said nervously. Her pokemon looked at her, confused. “You stay here and we’ll bring some food to you.” Lunara turned and walked back to camp, expecting her pokemon to follow.
The rarity hypno looked at the pokemon group, confused. “Did I say something wrong? She looks freaked out.” He said. Ballad heaved a sigh. “She is, but it’s not you. She needs to lay off the creepypastas. You don’t have to wait here. She’ll relax once you’re around for a while.”
Ballad wrapped her tail around the Troll Hypno’s waist and lifted him onto her back, so the poor pokemon wouldn’t become even more hungry from walking. Sahara walked alongside Kitara. “What’s a creepypasta and why does it make Lunara scared of that thin
Days at Draconisara Ranch - Day 3On his third day away from home, Moonbright was talking and laughing with Your Heart’s Desire at his side. The two fairy dragons had spent the whole morning together. Desire was telling stories about funny things her ranchmates had done, and doing a good job making Moonbright laugh.
“Don’t you have any stories to tell?” Desire asked him, worried she was talking too much. Moonbright shrugged. “I don’t really have a lot of FUNNY stories. I have a pretty good adventure story if you want to hear that.” Desire nodded, and Moon told her about his encounter with the rarity Aegislash. Desire listened, spellbound as they walked to the other side of the ranch.
When Moon finished his tale, Desire was starry eyed. “How valiant and brave. I’m sorry I couldn’t see that battle. It must have been so exciting. It would be amazing to see a strong, handsome male like you in a serious battle.” Desire’s wings fluttered unconsciously wi
What Growling?Early the next morning, Eternal Knight slipped out of the tent. His ears perked up as he heard the growls. He sniffed around the campsite perimeter. Where ever the growling pokemon were coming from, they hadn’t invaded the campsite.
Something skittered below the underbrush and Knight instinctively began barking at it. Out of the tent came Lunara, Kitara, Sahara, Dawn, and last Ballad. Lunara was rubbing the sleep from her eyes. Kitara was yawning as she exited the tent. Sahara had a cranky glare on his face. Ballad was growling with irritation. Dawn alone seemed perky and chipper.
“Good morning, Knight!” Dawn said. “Shut up before I come over there and shut you up!” Ballad demanded. Knight went quiet. His ears were alert and swiveled to listen. “Knight what are you barking about?” Kitara said, approaching him. “I hear growling in the forest. And it’s more than just one pokmeon.” He muttered.
Sahara stepped forward. “Igno
Days at Draconisara Ranch - Day 2Moon stretched as he woke up. He rubbed his blurry eyes, slightly confused as he woke in an unfamiliar place. Looking around a bit, the unpleasant memories returned, making Moonbright shudder.
His eyes scanned the dimly lit barn around him, noting a few individuals. He noticed his sisters were absent. The dratini he’d upset yesterday was sleeping under his blanket, coiled around that normal noibat. He snorted at them softly. What hatchlings.
Moving his eyes from them, he noted his aunt Suru, a former normal who angered him more than most, because she was impossible to upset. No matter how he insulted her, she was never stung by his words. He noticed a fusion vulpix curled up by her side. The younger pokemon’s head was turned away, but he was fairly sure she was sleeping.
He smiled softly when he saw Your Heart’s Desire. He paid no mind to the fact that the morphed, fairy fusion female was sleeping in the arms of her worthless father. Said father was another one of Lun