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Please... Help MeRyou blinked his eyes slowly, trying to orient himself in a dark room. He didn't remember ever having been here before, but it seemed familiar anyways. Like he had been here everyday of his life.
Cold stone greeted his hands as he pushed himself up into a sitting position, the gritty and damp floor chilling him to his elbows. As his eyes adjusted, he found himself to be in a relatively large room, the dark walls adorned with numerous bookshelves that held things ranging from actual books and action figures. Mirrors hung around the room, but none of them reflected anything but emptiness. Despite the dismal darkness, a lightness seemed to be c
One Long Fall"W-w-wait a second!" Meowth cried out, holding his paws up in surrender. "I can't fight. You win," He quickly added. He had seen the twerp's pokémon fight before, he knew he couldn't win. Maybe if he got an advantage, such as an environmental bonus he could manipulate it to his benefit... but in a square fight, he was doomed for sure.
"What do you mean you can't fight?" Charmander asked, narrowing his eyes suspiciously, just waiting for whatever trick the other had up his sleeve.
With a nervous laugh, Meowth sat down on the soft, dirt ground. "Well, I guess I would jus' say I'm more the... intellectual type, y'know?" Seeing Charmander
Silver Lining Chapter 1Green uneasily showed his trainer card to the guard. He was a previous champion of the Elite Four, a gym leader of his own gym in Viridian; he had the credentials to be here, but he’d never been offered. It kind of sent of pang through his chest that his grandfather had thought his rival more worthy to know of Mt. Silver than himself. It was yet another action where Red unknowingly overshadowed him.
Green wasn’t here to think of his rivalry with him though; he tried to put those painful memories behind him. Red had called him out of the blue, and he hadn’t sounded like himself.
Closing the small distance between himself an
A Nightmare RevisitedThe dark mane with streaks of pink wavered in the light breeze as Twilight Sparkle casually trotted onto the elaborate castle balcony. Cadence's and Shining Armor's wedding party still marched on, and Celestia's apprentice had noticed the elusive mare of the night had disappeared from the party around the time the moon should be rising.
It made sense, as Luna had taken up some of her old responsibilities upon being freed from her reign as Nightmare Moon, but Twilight had noticed she hadn't returned to the still roaring party still, an hour later.
"Luna?" She called softly as the dark mare with a majestic smoke mane came into view.
"It is T