|Two old friends reunite after five years, but broken friendships aren't easily mended as the ghosts of their past continue to haunt them in the form of a mysterious organization called GeL. In their journey to repair their relationship, Shine and Curio will face their repressed memories, meet new allies and teach themselves and others to bridge the gap between Pokémon and mankind.|
|In dire need to pay rent, Sal the Smeargle and his trainer don't even question it when a rich mistress offers to settle their debts in return for a commissioned painting at her manor. However, all is not what it seems when Sal begins to notice something is not quite right, and that there may be something alive lurking beneath them.|
Aless Chapter One It started as a normal day.
Aless woke up to the usual sight- the sun’s light beaming through her window above her onto the foot of her bed. Behind the light was another usual sight- her mother preparing breakfast in the main room. Her father was nowhere in sight, which meant he was out in the town.
“Good morning sweetie.” Aless’ mother said, smiling. Her name was Alena. She was the town’s local priestess and healer. She was still in her white nightgown and her long, violet hair was not straightened out yet. Alena walked over with a plate and presented breakfast to her daughter- a bread roll and a piece of goat cheese.
“Thank you, mother.” Aless said politely. She immediately gobbled down the cheese, her favorite. It was made locally from the village’s goats. It was white but Aless loved the taste of it.
“After you are done with your meal and get dressed, yo
Evalin's RemorseAs Evalin sat staring off into the distance the tears started flowing. She yearned to see the family she had left behind. Becoming a mermaid had been her dream, and she loved her new life. If only she could have at least told her family good bye one last time she could have been at peace with her new life. Instead, Evalin was destined to forever have that part of her life haunt her until she filled the whole it had left in her heart.
Neckbeard extraordinaire, dilettante artist, fanfic writer, Moomin enthusiast.
My main writing project at the moment is a Pokemon fanfiction called The Curious and the Shiny, which is available to read next to my ID! Here's the summary:
'Two old friends reunite after five years, but broken friendships aren't easily mended as the ghosts of their past continue to haunt them in the form of a mysterious organization called GeL. In their journey to repair their relationship, Shine and Curio will face their repressed memories, meet new allies and teach themselves and others to bridge the gap between Pokémon and mankind.'
Here's are a few links that are mostly just reposts of art and fanfiction here, and for sketches and shitposts:
Travelogue - Helsinki, Stockholm and MariehamnHelsinki
So began our tour from Turku to Helsinki, Stockholm, to Mariehamn and back to Turku again. First I had to get up early before 7 so I could catch the bus to the city centre, and then waited for the Onnibus to Helsinki. Once I got on there, it was an hour and a half of riding until I got to Helsinki. From then on, me and my friend tried to cram all we could before we had to get on the ferry to Stockholm, which wouldn’t be for another 6 hours. As you can imagine, condensing the experience of such a big city into such little time is a herculean task, but we managed to make a fairly decent day out of it.
We visited some of the shopping centres there as well as a few of the cathedrals, which has some of the most gorgeous architecture I’ve ever seen in a building. We also visited the free museum, which is worth going to at least once even though it’s short. One highlight was the Clubbing exhibition, although time will tell i
Black Paint Chapter 1
Shadows around the room blanketed the girl. The oppressive stench of iron floated all around her, belonging to the bodies of her family. Her heart beat in her throat. She could hear her own ragged breaths against the grunting presence in the room, and the only thing she could see was the presence’s jade eyes, gleaming like jewels in a black ocean. It leered above her, looking down at her as if she was only a bug beneath its foot. It inched closer to her. Closer and closer still. When she gazed into its thin pupils, she could feel herself falling into its blackened voids. Tears streamed down the girl’s cheeks.
“P-p-please!” she said, in between bouts of sobbing, “Don’t d-d-do this! I won’t mention this to anyone, j-j-just stop already!”
The presence only moved closer, to the point the girl could feel its hot breath licking at her face. She closed her eyes.
“No. Please go away. Just go. Just
The Curious and the Shiny Chapter 1-1 (Revised)
The sunlit gravel burned all that walked across it, yet the Luxray dashed through. Even as his paws blistered from the bare dirt and his wounds burned with the intense heat in the air, he had to. His sensitive ear picked up the footsteps of his pursuers, chasing from behind.
He ran towards the cityscapes ahead of him, where humans awaited, along with the promise of relief from his injuries, and afterwards, a normal life. Behind, though, was them. He didn’t want to imagine what they had in store for him if they caught him.
The more he ran, the more he wheezed with exhaustion, and by the time he reached the junction where the roads from the other cities converged, he stopped to catch his breath. Cars, vehicles, trucks, all honked in cacophony. And in them, humans. He ran alongside the asphalt, shouting to anyone that might’ve listened as he ran. Surely, one person must’ve seen his condition and stopped to help, but nobody did. T
Deli's Delivery Service: Extended Cut
The last thing on Deli the Delibird’s mind was to break out of the comfort of his trainer’s bedroom, especially when it approached Yuletide, of all things.
It had everything he needed and more: a pellet dispenser to feed himself twice throughout the day, a water cooler he and his trainer Perry shared, a bed of his own he was slightly too big for, and the company of Perry himself, at his side to play video games with, even if his lack of hands didn’t give him much control over the gamepad. Nevertheless, the two spent each day in that room, interrupted every so often by Perry’s mother who’d come in with his dinner, increasingly annoyed with each passing day. Deli wouldn’t have it any other way. Or so he thought.
And so, that special day started like any other. Deli huddled next to Perry, sharing the same blanket as he watched him play on the handheld gaming device Deli could never remember the name of, as he fa
Unable to process his grief, a trainer's Zangoose, Gyro, turns to their old computer for solace. After discovering the chatting app Diancord and its Pokemon related server, he discovers a whole network of profiles and personalities, and he meets one such human on the other side that might be the key to expelling his inner demons.