Pokemon: Journey of Discovery Episode 1Pokemon: Journey of Discovery Episode 1 by Hewylewis
*Just beyond the boundaries of the Kanto Region, nestled in-between the mountains and the ocean, was the small city of Gainsboro; a bustling city filled with people, tall skyscrapers and barely a Pokémon in sight. Compared to the rest of Kanto, any Pokémon that lived in Gainsboro belonged to a trainer, and even then, their numbers dwindled. Gainsboro was more ordinary than the other cities of the world, almost as if it belonged to another world all together*
*Among the many places in the city was Gainsboro High School, a place most teenagers considered living hell. One of them was a boy named Devon McConnell, a boy who had absolutely no interest in Pokémon. He was tall with blue-green eyes, brown hair, along with a small soul patch under his lip, and was dressed in a gray sleeveless t-shirt, a red coat with brown fur trimming, black fingerless gloves, dark gray cargo pants, and a pair of dark red and black tennis shoes. He held a bored and perhaps exhausted look up
NOCT Round 3After the dust cleared, Brayden found himself outside Viridian Forest. In front of him, he saw two men, approximately 6’ tall. They had long, shoulder-length hair, with purple and green tips and bangs. They wore gas masks and identical coats. Wielding cranial saws, they approached Brayden with cruel intentions.NOCT Round 3 by Jdrawer01
Brayden thrust out his Poke Ball “Astarot!” A Dragonite appeared along with a storming wave of water. The two assailants were thrust backwards, landing on their backsides. A Dragonite other than Astarot appeared, flying at an amazing speed, it launch a battery assault of elbows and punches to Astarot.
“Astarot! Take it out!”
Astarot, while being hit, smiled. She opened her mouth, allowing a properly timed Hyper Beam to scorch the face of the Dragonite. Properly distanced, the other Dragonite smiled. It showed no signs of injury.
It charged at Astarot, stopping at the last moment. Astarot prepared a Fire Blast as the other Dragonite flew high into th
A Pokemon StoryFor years, I've feared a Rocket attack. Everyone said there was nothing to fear; Red drove them out. After the three years that passed, I learned there was nothing to fear. Recently, I'd thought there was nothing to fear but fear itself.A Pokemon Story by Jdrawer01
Forgetting the Rockets was a task I'd feared I'd have to do. Especially since I'd never feared them. Actually, I feared them well. Rabidly, they'd take the lives of those who feared them.
Forget those who did fear them; they'd take your life regardless. Even in a game of "I don't fear anything." Advesaries of the Rockets gained new fears. Red abolished those fears.
Fiercely, he gave the Rockets a new fear. Every grunt up to Giovanni feared his Pikachu. And his Charizard was especially fearful. Retrospectively, I feared him too.
For years, the citizens of Saffron- Kanto, even- forgot all fears. Everyone had "Fearless Day" feasts. And they ate "fear cakes," small pastries made into the shape of an "R." R, the symbol that haunted me, causing me to fear op
PokeGirls Episode 1PokeGirls Episode 1 by Chibifangirl01
Rose was staring at a white gem that she had threw most of her life. She never knew where it came from or when she got it. She just remembers having it since she was able to talk. No one knew that she had this stone, except for her family. Her friend, Jess pulled her aside.
"Hey, what are you looking at?" Jess asked.
Rose stuffed the stone in her pocket and shook her head. "Its nothing."
"Oh nothing? You can't be serious." Jess said.
"I have no idea what you are talking about." Rose lied and looked down, to avoid Jess's playful glance.
Jess finally gave in and said, "Anyway my family is going camping this weekend and they wanted me to take a friend, are you interested?"
Rose nodded. "I have nothing to do this weekend anyway."
"Cool, I'll see you tomorrow." Jess said, running to the bus stop.
"Bye!" Rose said and headed home.
Rose went to an all girls academy since first grade. On the way to the school there was a middle school for both boys and girls. Everyday on her way home sh
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