It was Wave.
This is a very shocking twist, as you can tell by the fact that it was presented at the beginning of a chapter after the last chapter set up a cliffhanger, which was set up in just such a way that it could only be solved by a plot twist. It was clearly going to be an important character related to the story, or else there wouldn't have been a cliffhanger beforehand. And not only that, but the twist was related to the conflict of the character of Riley in this story, and was the key motivation for him. Although some of you may not recognize Wave, so I will inform you that she was a Piplup companion of Riley’s during RPCRP, and was chief cause of him being involved in this story. But now I’ve gone on for so long that you’ve likel…Read more >
The sun was setting on the windy afternoon. The woods had never been less lively. It was as if the whole forest knew that something was wrong. But nobody knew exactly why the forest was so glum. Nobody, not one. Except for two Pokemon. The two friends were not native to the forest. They were from a nearby town. They had come to this dreadful place because this was the last place that their friend, Oliver had been seen. As such, the woods were where he most likely would be. Unfortunately, they had gotten hopelessly lost.
“What I don’t understand,” said one friend to the other, “Is why we had to go this deep into the woods when there was already a search party looking for him.” The other friend replied, “Yeah, but they’re not looking in this …Read more >
Riley woke up after a few seconds of not knowing where he was. He leapt to his feet, and saw that he was in the room he had seen before. He realized that he was still wearing the weird headgear, so he took it off and threw at on the ground. In doing this, he caught the attention of whatever pink thing was in the room with him.
Next to him, Ian woke up with a jolt. And when I say jolt, I mean his body physically shook, but it took ages for him to actually get up. On the other side of him, Murky woke up, and next to Murky followed Evan. They all followed generally the same procedure that Riley went through when he woke up (although Murky had to use his tail several times). After that, their attentions turned to the pink thing that was standi…Read more >
It was early spring in the forest. Most days were cold, and many Pokemon resorted to hiding in caves or holes. But a few Pokemon did not. Most Fire types didn't need to huddling up for warmth. After all, they usually generated their own heat. And many intelligent Pokemon preferred not to be associated with the more feral types; they tended to make elaborate dens.
This was not the case for a young Vulpix. He was intelligent, and a Fire type, but being cold wasn't the only thing he was concerned about. It was the afternoon, when many predators would be keeping watch until nightfall. After nightfall, everything was fair game. As such, Vulpix (who was not a native to the forest) wanted to find shelter as soon as possible.
It seemed like only a f…Read more >
It is at this point that the subject of the story becomes the three characters spoken of in Theo’s story. Yeah, you thought the story would revolve around the person that the story revolved around, didn't you? No, that would be silly. Instead, it involves people you know hardly anything about. Aren't I such a great storyteller?
Anyways, this chapter begins in a building. Not any particular building, just a standard old office building. Evan woke up on the carpet of the third floor. He had no idea how he had gotten onto the floor, or where he was, for that matter. However, he had a suspicious feeling that his friend, and that fellow he had met – he thought it might have been the day before – were in the same building that he was. And he knew…Read more >