Confession of love part 1When Touko entered the Chargestone Cave, she didn't expect to see N. She saw him from a distance and just when she started to walk to his way, two people in strange clothes appeared out of nowhere."... Come." they said.Touko felt uncomfortable. Who are these weird looking people? . As they were walking to N, Touko thought about the Ferris Wheel. She really liked N, more than all the other guys she ever met... He was somehow special to her."My lord N, we brought the one you wanted." the Shadow Triad said in unison. And just as they appeared, they disappeared."Ah, yes. That was the Shadow Triad, just now. Ghetsis enlisted them in Team Plasma. Apparently, they were the ones who prepared the Galvantula nest at the cave entrance." N said. "Why N?" Touko asked.N looked at her, and Touko expected an answer but instead of that he turned around, looking into the depths of the cave and said"Chargestone Cave... I like this place. Formulas express electricity and its connection to
Confession of love part 2When Touko arrived in Mistralton City, a cargoplane just flew over and landed behind the Mistralton Airport."Finally, I'm here! In Mistralton City!" Touko said relieved.When Touko started to walk to the Pokémon Center, suddenly a old man walked up to her. Behind him, there's a girl with brown hair and blue clothes, dressed like a female pilot. She must be working at the airport."Oh hey! You must be Touko, right? Can I take a quick look at your Pokédex?"Touko was astonished. Who is this man!?She handed over her Pokédex."Hmm... Yes...You've found 67 Pokémon! Staggering! You found a Klink! You're becoming quite the trainer!"'This man talks a lot...' Touko thought, staring at the chattering old man."Uhm, excuse me Sir, but.. Who are you?" Touko said a little bit awkward."Excuse me! I was a little excited and forgot my manners. My name is Juniper too! Cedric Juniper!""Juniper??" Touko asked really confused. Cedric Juniper laughed loud."Heh. The pro
Please Don't Go-Chapter 1A FerrisWheel Shipping FanfictionChapter 1Darkness.Everywhere Touko looked, all she could see was darkness. She wanted to reach out into the darkness; try to find her way out. But her fear kept her locked in place. She could see nothing, feel nothing, hear nothing.No. She could hear something in the distance. Straining her ears, Touko could tell what it was.The flat-line of a heart monitor.No.No.No no no!Touko dreaded this sound ever since she was a small child. She fell to her knees and covered her ears, trying to drown out the sound of someone's life ending. Hot tears streamed from her eyes. She felt her body shaking, praying that the sound would fade and leave her alone.Instead, she felt the barrel of a gun on the back of her neck.That stopped her shuddering.She dared not turn around or even move an inch as she felt the cold metal pressing into her skin. Her fear reached its maximum limit as she let out a blood-curdling scream into the darkness.The sound of a
Best Friends ForeverＢest Ｆriends Ｆorever I watched you grow.When we were younger, you seemed so immature.Quick to argue over something pointlessOften times, a bit rashYou called me stiff, like a board ー in return I labelled you annoyingBut over time, my view of you changed.The Butterfrees that hatched in my stomach seem to irritate every time I'm around youWhen you smile at me, it's as if I had just won the LeagueWhat is this I feel every time I talk to you?At what point did it change?I don't react this way around our other friend.We'd always declare 'best friends for life', yet I wanted to be more to youI waited and waited ー until I decided to make my moveBut as I awaited in the entertaining park within NimbassaI discovered that the young man we had met at the start of our journey had beaten me to itThe way you spoke with him ー it seemed almost naturalYou smiledYou laughedYou shone in such a way that you've never done around me.Something
Behind Closed DoorsOne ShotI looked down at the small green haired child that was my own. N was six now. He was sleeping peacefully in his bed. The cloud-covered carpet was dark since the only light in the room was coming from his Darumaka night light.I'd snuck out of mine and Ghetsis's room to make sure he was all right. I could still see the red mark Ghetsis's hand had made on N's cheek. I felt a silent tear run down my cheek at my son's pain. I felt so helpless. There was nothing I could do to stop his almost daily beatings. When I try to intervene, Ghetsis knocks me into the closest furniture.I flinched at the small twinge of pain in my side. Today he'd thrown me into the dresser across from N's bed. My light green hair shadowed my face as I watched the boy. He looked so peaceful, like he used to be before Ghetsis started drinking.N looks years older when awake. Drawn and exhausted, a bruise on some part of his extremities all the time now. But in his bed, snuggled next to the Zorua I'