Well this is my fic, which I've finally decided to post here..
Some of you may have read this fic from ff.net, or another forum, and yes this is exactly the same Xaotl Omega from there, don't belive me? Ask me a question, any question.
The ships that this fic contain are:
Advanceshipping, with minor Pearl/ Showoff/ Vine/ Squirt/ FireGrass/ Contest/ Max&OC/ Orange/ Brock shippings/ and maybe more.
The rating is PG- 13, R in later chapters (about 10 and after)
Some chapters may be higher, but I will warn you at the begging of them, about the things that it may contain. K.
Arc I - Mutual Aquatances
Chapter 1- Alone
Chapter 2- The Dragon Awakens
Chapter 3- Blind
Chapter 4- Recognition
Chapter 5- You Win Some,
Chapter 6- You Lose a lot.
Chapter 7- Not The End
Arc II - The Jorney of Life
Chapter 8- Bonds of Seperation
Chapter 9- A New Freind
Chapter 10- In The End of the Lion
Arc III - The Champion of Champions
Chapter 11- The Faces of Life
Chapter 12- One by One
Chapter 13- The Cruelty of the Gaurdian
Chapter 14- Humans Make Mistakes
Chapter 15- The Heart Inside
Chapter 16- Someday is Today
Chapter 17- Storm Clouds are Brewing
Chapter 18- Pyramid of Kings
Arc IV - Forest of Shadows
Chapter 19- A Ghost Echoes
Chapter 20- Honour among Thieves
Chapter 21- A Guiding Voice
Chapter 22- Serch for Yourself (Part 2)
Chapter 23- Arrogance isn’t Wisdom (Part 2)
Chapter 24- Merits of guile
Chapter 25- The Colour of Blood
Chapter 26- Lavender Flames
Arc V -
Arc VI -
And the FF.net mirror here, there my user name is XAOTL Omega (formerly Xaotl Adv), only cause XAOTL wasn't accepted as a username for some reason (AARGH) and that was the only thing I could think of.
The first two chapters sorta drag on, as they are re-caps, but it gets better as the story goes on, honest.
Now, let the story begin...
In the begging there was Chaos.
No time, or space, or life.
No Light or dark. No good or evil, or life or even death.
Just Chaos, nothing less, and nothing more.
The chaos that floods the world constantly, although people believe differently, they believe that there was the being known as Arceus their creator, and he forged the universe with his thousand arms. They thought that he was the light, and that was that. In this belief, people and their Pokémon counterparts carried on in life, living in pure ignorance of the truth.
The truth that every light has a shadow.
This is the story of that Shadow, and its counterpart.
This is not the story of the Guardian Solaris, the People, and the many Pokémon, I will tell you that now. This story...
Is my story...
It was a glorious day as the sun shone its bright rays of light down upon the earth. A young brunette girl, in her mid- teens walked down the path. She had definitely grown from three years ago although she was not an unusual height for her age. Her brunette hair went down to her shoulders, as the top was held up by a green bandana. (She wore her Emerald outfit)
Besides the girl, strode her little brother alongside. He was now thirteen, living his childhood dream of becoming a Pokémon trainer, to follow in his father’s footsteps, as he walked alongside his older sister obviously more ecstatic. He wore a green T-Shirt with a white stripe running through the middle, he wore dark blue jeans, which were slightly worn at the bottom, and his black hair remained the same since he was a child.
Although the sun shone down at the glorious day, the demeanour of the older girl seemed to change the mood entirely.
“I’m sure that you’re going to win the festival this time May!” the younger one aid in a happy tone, attempting to get his sisters mood up. “It’s been a while since I’ve seen you last time in the grand festival” he finished off.
“I know” she said, trying to surface a smile although failing. It had been two years now that they had been reunited, the younger one, known as Max had seen the change in his sister. Her happy personality, her trademark smile that greeted all, they all seemed to have vanished. To the untrained eye it would seem that she was a happy go lucky girl, with her future to come to her; although her little brother could see deeper inside of his sister. And he knew that he was not the same.
He would always be the type to look deeper into others, and he could try and deny it all he would want, but it was as clear as day to him. So to make sure that she would one day get better, he decided to travel with her, she had looked after him in his time of need, and now it was his turn to look out for her.
‘I hope that the grand festival cheers her up’ He thought, as this was one of the only viable options that he could see.
“I hope that I do well, I have a lot of tough rivals to face.” She said, as Max’s attempt of cheering her up had failed. Unlike before, when she was in some of her first festivals, where she would run, not being able to wait for it to begin.
Max’s internal plan of letting the festival cheer her up had failed. So the young boy decided to try once more, in the thought that it could not make things any worse.
“I Know that you Will do great here May, you did great in Sinnoh” he said, but the young boy from Petal burg had made a small mistake. He said the ‘S’ word. Mays expressions saddened once more, with thoughts of the past flooding into her mind.
Two years ago, she had competed in Johto; she had reached all the way towards the finals of the competition. Only to lose to one of her main rivals named Drew. She had barely seen the other green haired co-ordinator, apart from in other contests. In her loss all that she received was his ego in her face. He flashed his trophy over to her, the trophy that would remain just out of her reach, as girls swarmed around him. He told her things about her as a co-ordinator that, as always had made her feel like dirt. To try and take it all back, he threw her a Rose, like always. But this Rose had its thorns on, as it scratched her fingers, letting her blood come out. Yet he didn’t notice, as he was left in his own satisfaction of victory.
The year after Johto she had travelled to the Sinnoh region, she had bought some of her strongest Pokémon along with her, and with their abilities she was able to complete the necessary contests with ease, and had a lot of time left. So she trained with her Pokémon, isolated from everyone else; all alone. Waiting for the festival to come, and when it did she was reunited with her younger brother, Max. Max was also travelling in Sinnoh and when he had heard how his sister had gone off the face of the planet according to his parents, he became worried. The young boy arrived at the grand festival trying to find her, in which he had succeeded. The two felt as if they were seeing a completely different person from who they had known.
In the Sinnoh festival May had a case of Déj?* vu as she had once again reached the finals, only to lose. This time it was to her other rival, a boy known as Harley. After this loss, Harley began to mock her co-ordaining skills, and her ability to evade the trophy. Although her younger brother attempted to defend her, he too was put down by Harley. Harley mocked Max as being an incompetent trainer. It was then that May began to think about quitting co-ordinating.
‘Max has changed’ May thought, ‘He just doesn’t feel like my little brother anymore’ she had thought, although the years had not been easy to Max either.
In his first year of training Max had failed to compete in the Evergrand league like other trainers, because he only had seven of the eight badges required. Because he couldn’t beat his father, no matter how hard he would try in a battle, he wasn’t able to win. The next year he had travelled to the Sinnoh region, where he had met up with his sister, at the Grand Festival, then headed over to the Sinnoh championships, in which the young trainer had all eight badges required to enter. In the Sinnoh league he too was beaten by a trainer named Brandon, after reaching to the top eight.
This year the young trainer had managed to defeat his father, and after his sisters Grand Festival, would finally be able to compete in the competition in which he had missed out.
“May, I know that you’re gonna blow the competition away!” Max said giving his sister a reassuring smile, although his persistent attempts continued to fail. The two then slowly made their way down the hill to the festival stadium complex. Into one of the few Pokémon centres that catered for the grand event.
Once they reached the centre, the automatic, Double doors opened up as they then heard a familiar call to love.
The call had made them both brighten up for the reason that was a mystery to them, maybe it was the thought of seeing an figure that they hadn’t seen in a long time, or maybe it was the thought of seeing someone lost to them. They rushed in to see Brock on his knees with a bouquet in his hands in similar attire that he was in when they had travelled throughout Kanto.
“Nurse Joy heal my broken hart and... Urghhh” as Brock was dragged across the floor by a Toxicroak that had materialised out of his Pokéball. The brother and sister pair didn’t know whether to laugh or save the Fox-eyed breeder from what the Pokémon would do to him.
“He will never change” A vice from their side sighed, they then turned they noticed a girl, she appeared to be as old as Max and (Its Dawn o.k. she doesn’t, really look all that different; and is wearing the same stuff, and she’s obviously a bit bigger). Max was lost in her image for an amount of time that he can’t really remember until he was taken away from his perving at the blue haired girl by his sister.
“Hi!” May offered a friendly greeting,
“Oh? Hi” was her response, ”urmm. Do you know Brock?” As Max thought that she had just stated the obvious and that she was just being her air-headed self “Yea’ I travelled with him through Sinnoh, my names Dawn; I’m a Co-ordinator”, “Hi, I travelled with Brock through Kanto and Jhoto; My name is May and I’m a co-ordinator, and this.”
“My names Max and I’m a Pokémon trainer” Max said with a sense of pride in his voice as he didn’t want to be introduced by his sister.
‘A Pokémon trainer; just like’ Dawn thought, however Dawns thoughts were interrupted as the older of the two hit Max with a mallet that seemed to come from nowhere. Dawn merely chuckled, and with a grin said “so I guess this makes us rivals”
“I guess so” May added. But this meeting left her a lot to think about.
Well it’s mostly just a recap of what has happened so far and descriptive babble. A few mistakes will linger, such as Names, but they go away later, as the storyline comes out.