I was bored as usual, and I was just reading the PokeDex in the main site. Read Gengar's entry, and this fic came to my mind. It's not one of my best work, but oh well. This is my first one shot, too O_o sort of short since its just a random thing.
I seriously don't know if something like this was written before or not O.o Since it's from a PokeDex entry...yeah.
And because I was bored too, every Pokemon mentioned here...I read its entry
I’ve always dreamt of climbing Mt. Pyre, and after all those years of begging my parents, I was finally going there with Jane, my older sister who was just older than me by four years which makes her 23 years old. I thought it would be extremely wonderful, watching the stars sparkle in the middle of the night while surrounded by graves and grass. What I didn’t know was everything I didn’t expect to happen was going to occur.
“Ahurani, you know I don’t want to do this, but I’m telling you don’t wander off alone or else.” Jane said while she was driving, but I didn’t really care or listen to her because I was tying my shiny red hair in a ponytail.
Oh, how I regret not listening to what she said so bad.
When we were finally there, I was as excited as a Salamence who flew for the first time in its life. I was walking slowly in amazement, staring at the graves as I entered. I had always been a huge fan of ghosts and spooky stuff, so I was really interested. Jane grabbed me and dragged me to the other part of Pyre.
We climbed the mountain slowly while looking at the view around. The place was very foggy and humid because it was surrounded by water, but I didn’t really care. I had to take off my black glasses because I couldn’t see with them in the humid weather. I didn’t see perfectly well, it was a bit blurry, but at least I was able to see.
“Wow, you’re actually enjoying it here? It’s quite obvious. Your green eyes are finally appearing because your eyes are like…open wide for once.” Jane said in a bored tone. I thought it was very nice of her to come with me, since she was the absolute opposite of me (except for the looks, she looks exactly like me) she hates ghosts, and likes what I dislike. But for some reason, Jane was like my role model. She happens to be an excellent Pokemon trainer and trains her Mawile everyday, but that day she left her Mawile home just to go there with me, her little sister, Ahurani Fullerton who happens to be nothing compared to what she was.
It is too late to thank Jane, too late to do anything.
“Oh, a Vulpix!” I said cheerfully while I was pointing at the brown Pokemon. It had one, small white tail, which made it obvious it had just been born. Jane quickly took out her thin, gray camera, and took a picture of the Vuplix. Its eyes still weren’t open, but where was its mother?
The mother Ninetales was slowly walking down from some hill with berries. Jane started taking more and more pictures with a grin on her face.
“This is fun, I’m sure mom and dad will love these pictures!” she said as she took more pictures of the Ninetales and Vulpix.
Night was falling, and we had to camp somewhere.
Why didn’t you just go home, Ahurani?
“Like what I told you before in the car, do not wander off or I swear you’re going to be more than dead.” Jane warned me.
Why didn’t you listen, Ahurani?
We set two different camps all next to each other, and I went inside to “sleep”. I waited for so long till I knew Jane was sleeping. I didn’t even think that what I was doing was wrong. I was completely incorrect. I was walking in one scary path when I didn’t listen to Jane, a path which will prevent me from going back to start.
I climbed further up in Mt. Pyre, and when I finally reached to the top of Mt. Pyre. I saw just what I wanted to see. The stars were glittering in the dark, black sky. Rain was soaking the trees near the Berry Master’s house, and the ocean waves were drowning the rocks at Lilycove. I was completely amazed and distracted by the scenic view that I didn’t notice what was actually happening.
The place was sort of hot at that time, and suddenly the heat was replaced with cold chill. I was shivering from the cold. Unfortunately, I didn’t have any jacket with me. I was trying to ignore the chill, but I was shaking terribly and it felt like my face was about to freeze. I felt something move out of me, and I noticed…
My shadow was moving by itself, waving at me.
At that time I was more than freaked out. I couldn’t yell for Jane’s help since I was too busy trying to fight the chill. I tried to run but for some reason, I couldn’t. And then…
I froze and saw myself fall to the ground. I just stood there, while I was staring at my corpse.
I was no longer freezing, though I felt that I was hollow for some reason. I ran quickly back to the camp to tell Jane what happened, and when I hit a rock...
I went through it. I went through the solid rock that would’ve probably hit my head and made me faint...
If I was alive.
I turned back to see a Gengar laughing while staring at my corpse, and it slowly faded away.
Great job, Ahurani.
It was the end of everything I knew. It was the end to everything that is Ahurani Fullerton. I was dragged away from life, and fell into the thing most fear of…
Why didn’t you listen to Jane, Ahurani?