- This is what would be my version of the remakes Gold and Silver, If I were ever to make a game. xD Sorry for the unoriginal title. If anyone's got a better one as we progress with the story feel free to share it. >>; I don't own Pokemon.
The Golden Dusk, and Silver Dawn
interlude: Succubus to Darkness
3: Echoes of a Bleeding Heart - IN PROGRESS4: Ashes to Dust5: Kingdra's and Pawns6:7:8:9:10:11:12:13:14:15:16:17:18:19:20:
“... ... What? Did you want me to say something? 'I'm sorry?' Or maybe, 'Yes, I regret my actions, let me get down on my knees and beg for my license back?' Look, I don't have time for this, just give me my punishment and let's be done with it.”
Officer Jenny, of the Indigo Plateau police force, shook her head solemnly as she tore the final remnants of the former Pokemon trainer's license in half and let them flutter to the ground.
“You know,” Jenny said sadly, “... There were other ways you could have done this without giving up your license.”
The young girl would not make eye contact, and made a snorting noise as she sat in the interrogation room of the station, arms and legs crossed.
“Just... just let me go now, please,” the girl said quietly, almost pleadingly. Officer Jenny nodded, and escorted the female to the exit doors. She could tell this was eating at her, but made no move to console her. This was her decision.
When they reached the front doors, they stopped. The young girl stared in front of her, blankly, as though she could see through the doors, and into the outside forest. Jenny turned to her, somehow hoping the girl would suddenly change her mind and serve her time, instead of foolishly revoking her Pokemon trainer license. But instead the girl just stood there quietly, simply waiting for Jenny to open the doors.
“Lance... is disappointed, you know,” Jenny remarked in a low tone. The young girl cast a cold bitter gaze at Jenny.
“I bet he is,” she retorted.
On Jenny's command, the doors to the exit swung open and the young girl took her first steps into the outside world as a normal teenager, setting out for a long journey back to New Bark town, alone. The setting sun filtered through the trees, laying orange all over the still form of the Indigo League, and casting a brilliant gold on the clouds around it. The moment was perfectly beautiful, except it was perhaps one of the the darkest moments of Officer Jenny's career.
Jenny stepped outside herself, and watched one of the most promising trainers of her time walk away into the forest, shoulders still square and head held high, although she was definitely a mere shadow of what she once was. Once upon a time, every trainer begged for her mercy, and she could've made, or broke Team Rocket. She even held the entire police force by its throat at one point. But that was done now, and she had chosen her path. The girl was Pokemon-less, and defenseless.
Jenny shook her head at the irony, then, carrying no more pity for the criminal, retreated back inside.
There was nothing she could do for her anyway. The girl's time had come to an end.