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Pokemon Ranger : The Unknown Evil - [Chapter 4]DB : Finally, after some time of not updating, I have finally able to update it! Also, I will explain the timeline of this story which I'm doing, at the end of this chapter.Pokemon Ranger : The Unknown Evil - [Chapter 4] by Devilboy58
May: Took you long enough, and finally, some explanation.
Kate : So, what is this chapter going to be about?
DB : Oh you'll see.
Brendan : DB does NOT own Pokemon, Pokemon Rangers, and so on so forth.
DB : Now let the chapter, Begin!
Chapter 4 : The Time of Chances
The city of Castelia, the centre of economical and trading of the region. But during the night time, it would become the centre of entertainment as people rush from places to places to have fun. From clubs to gaming centres, the streets was always crowded with people. There was even a dancing act, beside a fountain, entertaining the people as they dance to the beat of the music. The crowd were clapping and having fun, watching the dancers dance to the beat.
At the port, a certain speedboat with a Ranger's emblem on its s
Across the Sun - Chapter OneChapter One – Icarus FallenAcross the Sun - Chapter One by LizHollow
Panic swept through the region the second the news came out that May vanished. Police forces immediately started their search, knocking on doors and asking hundreds of questions to hundreds of people. The air was saturated with murmurs of conspiracies and plots, the shifting eyes of people watching always reminiscent of her disappearance. The uproar had not been so large in Kanto when Red disappeared, but perhaps they were more reasonable there. Or maybe they always knew that he was sitting on top of a mountain not too far away.
Then again, Red was not the superstar that May became when she stopped Team Aqua from flooding the world. All of Hoenn knew her name and recognized her face when it popped up on a television screen, a bright smile always shining from the teenage celebrity’s face. When she waved into the camera and blew a kiss at the screen, everyone melted. Of course, I melted long before this girl smiled and waved.
It was because
Across the Sun - PrologueTo whom it may concern,Across the Sun - Prologue by LizHollow
When I was a little girl, I dreamed of seeing the world and training the strongest Pokémon. I would watch television every night and stare at the screen with wide eyes, praying for the day that I could leave home. It is a rite of passage in our country, as you may or may not very well know, and it was one for which I felt ready for a long time.
My mother assured me that I could leave home when I turned sixteen, and she always kept her promises. On my sixteenth birthday, she gave me a bag and some running shoes and sent me off on my very own adventure. The local professor in my town gave me a rare Pokémon, a Torchic with which I was entrusted, and it became my duty to raise and care for that tiny creature.
Why do we do this? Why does our country insist that we teenagers leave home and roam the world without anyone to tell us where to go or who to talk to or who to trust? To bring us back? To make it so we always return when we realize that there are som