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    Alright, the sequel! I'm sorry this is running a bit late. I've had internet troubles.

    For those of you unfamiliar with "May's Crush," you should read that first. The link can be found here: May's Crush

    As well as the spoilers pretaining to the prequel, there are spoilers for All episodes of Battle Frontier (Ending in AG191), so be prepared for those as well.

    For those of you who reviewed the first story, thank you again for reading this new one. However, please refrain from SPAM reviews, as per the rules. If you want to tell me that I'm awesome, you can PM me about it. Otherwise, feel free to review to your hearts content. And speculation is nice too. I think speculation can be done in the topic.
    Now, for those of you who have been waiting... I hope you won't be dissappointed.

    May's Crush 2: Final Frontier
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    Chapter Index for thoes of you who don't want to traverse the reviews, now with shiny story arc dividers!

    Part One: The End of A Journey, and the Beginning of a Vacation!
    Part Two: The Tri-Isle Conspiricy! Mysterious Frontier Brains!


    Part Three: Turning Point! Pokémon Contest on Four Island!

    Part Four: Divided Partners! The Path to Reunion!

    Part Five: Final Trial! Battle Fortress!
    Chapter 36 - Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow! (Part 1)
    Chapter 37 - (Falling one by one! Farewell my friends! [Part 2])
    Chapter 38 - (Satoshi's Legacy)

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    Chapter One: Farewell!

    “Blaziken, Blaze Kick!” May shouted to her starter Pokémon.

    “Sceptile, Slam!” Ash countered.

    The two powerful Pokémon crashed their strikes against each other. Sceptile successfully forced Blaziken back. Both trainers’ points took a hit.

    “Sceptile, Leaf Blade!” Ash ordered.

    “Blaziken, Sky Uppercut!” May fired back.

    His blades glowing, Sceptile lunged at Blaziken, who had leapt up into midair, clashing her fists against his blades. The counter strike proved effective, forcing the other Pokémon to stand down. Again, Ash and May both lost points.

    “Blaziken, Overheat!” May ordered an attack that could finish the match.

    “Sceptile, Solarbeam!” Ash pulled out his most powerful move. Both Pokémon readied their moves, and leapt at each other, the powerful Overheat and Solarbeam colliding in the air. A massive explosion overtook both of the fully evolved Pokémon, clouding who had won their match.

    May recalled in her mind how the events lead up to this encounter.

    ~~~

    It was late in the day in the Kanto Region, but Ash had never felt brighter. The Pallet native had just conquered the Battle Frontier by defeating Brandon and his Regice using a team comprised of his three Kanto Starter Pokémon plus Pikachu and won his final Frontier Symbol. After being awarded a Victory Plaque with his seven Symbols embossed on it, Scott offered Ash the ability to become a Frontier Brain.

    “No thank you, Scott,” Ash told the large man. “I’m going to travel more. Pokémon contests don’t stick around in one location, so if I’m going to stay with May, I better keep moving as well.”

    “Ash,” the girl smiled at him. “Really? Turning it down for me?”

    The raven-haired boy affixed his auburn eyes on the girl he loved. “Of course, May,” he said into her bright sapphire eyes. “You’re more important than a title.”

    “So I see…” Scott said, a depressed look on his face behind his sunglasses. “Is there anyway to get you to reconsider?”

    “No,” Ash shook his head. “I’m sorry, Scott, but it’s just not in the cards for me.”

    The large man put his hands in his bright Hawaiian print shirt. “I guess it can’t be helped,” he shrugged. “Do you have any plans on where you and your lovely girlfriend are traveling next?”

    May blushed at the implication of being lovely. “We haven’t really decided yet,” she smiled, spinning her black-and-white gloved fingers around each other. At the end of each glove was a green ring around her wrist. “We were going to hang around Pallet for a while so we could search for a new place to go.”

    “I hope you all have a good trip back to Pallet,” Scott smiled. “I hope we meet again.”

    Max became downtrodden, his glasses falling to the edge of his nose. Brock placed his hand on the smaller boy’s shoulder. Max knew that as soon as they got to the port, his adventure with his sister and their friends would be over. He kept it to himself, hoping that May would tell the group before then so he wouldn’t have to.

    That was a few days ago.

    May went to buy a ticket for Max to travel back to Hoenn, but kept it under wraps, not wanting to deflate her boyfriend’s ego he had developed from defeating the Battle Frontier.

    While the group traveled around the bustling port, May spotted a poster for a local Pokémon Contest.

    “Oh, look guys! A Pokémon Contest! I’m gonna enter!” the girl was ecstatic. “I’ve needed some practice, and this contest will be perfect!”

    “But sis,” Max tried to remind her of his trip.

    “We can talk later, Max,” May hushed him. “I want to enter this contest!”

    “I’ll enter, too!” May, Brock, and Max all turned their heads to see Ash and his partner, Pikachu, looking at the poster.

    “Ash?” May tilted her green-bandana clad head to the side. “Why are you gonna enter the contest?”

    Ash leaned his lithe body backwards. “Well, I just happened to have won the Battle Frontier,” the egotistical boy smirked from under his red and black hat, “so I’ll just bless this Pokémon Contest with my amazing Pokémon training skills.”

    “Pi pikachu!” the yellow electric Pokémon cocked his hand backwards in an affirmative position.

    “Oh, brother,” the older breeder sighed. “And I though his head couldn’t get bigger.”

    “Besides,” Ash added, “you’re always saying how we need to do more stuff together, May.”

    May stood in her primarily red and green outfit. “That’s true, but just because you’re my boyfriend, don’t think I’m gonna go easy on you.”

    Ash smirked, clad in his blue sweatshirt and baggy jeans. “I wouldn’t expect any less from you, May.”

    They entered the contest and appealed. Because it was such a small contest, only two trainers were chosen to advance to the battle round. And thanks to an ingenious appeal courtesy of Pikachu, Ash was able to advance. May relied on her Eevee and established Contest experience to see her through, making it a boyfriend versus girlfriend match in the finals. Ash and May were out warming their Pokémon up when Jessie, James and Meowth, the infamous Team Rocket trio appeared, and attempted to steal all of the Pokémon that entered the contest. Through the quick work of Ash’s Sceptile and May’s Combusken, however, their plan was thwarted. However, during the battle, May’s Combusken began to glow, and she evolved, leaving Sceptile duly impressed by her new Blaze Kick technique. Psyched even more for the battle, Ash and May entered the battle arena from opposite sides.

    “May the best coordinator win,” May grinned at her boyfriend from across the stadium.

    “You better be careful, May,” Ash returned. “I’ve seen your contests, and I know how to be a winning coordinator. After all, I’ve helped you from the start of your journey.”

    ~~~

    The smoke was clearing as the buzzer sounded for the contest battle. The time was up, and Sceptile and Blaziken fell from their conflict in the middle of the air, landing, facing each other, the fatigue of the battle apparent on their faces. Sceptile shot a smile at his opponent, catching Blaziken off guard before she smiled back at him. The smoke cleared showing that Ash and May both had the same amount of points remaining. The display changed to show both Ash and May as the winners. The couple was surprised at the decision, but ended up smiling to each other.

    Ash and May, both standing along side their Pokémon, smiled as the crowd cheered for the excellent battle. The judge, a middle aged man with brown hair, stood to present Ash and May with the winner’s ribbon.

    “Congratulations to both of you for a spectacular battle,” he said to them, stepping closer with a case. “Unfortunately,” he added as he opened the case, “we’ve only got one ribbon. So I guess you two’ll have to do some kind of joint ownership.”

    Ash looked at it for a second and thought. “I have an idea,” he smiled. He took the ribbon from the box and tossed it into the air. “Sceptile, cut it in half with Leaf Blade!” His large, reptilian Pokémon smirked, leaping into the air and severing the ribbon down the middle. Ash and May ran under the falling parts and both caught one.

    Ash and May both caught the falling parts as Sceptile landed frightening close to the judges. Standing side by side, the opponents struck a pose, holding the ribbon so that it would appear full. “I got a ribbon!” Ash and May shouted in triumph.

    “Pi pikachu!” Ash’s partner added, grinning.

    ~~~

    The sun was setting at the port as Brock placed the food on their plates. May sat next to Max on one side, the boy fidgeting uneasily. Ash, unaware, smiled at all of their Pokémon as they ate happily.

    A red crustacean stepped close to a small turtle. “Corphish,” he held out his claw.

    “Squirtle,” the turtle responded, shaking the claw. Corphish and Squirtle began to strike up a conversation, the former telling the latter jokes.

    Pikachu sat along side a purple Pokémon with a long tail that tormented him by tapping him on the shoulder and pretending not to know. Pikachu glared at the monkey Pokémon for a moment, and continued eating. To his left (as opposed to his right where the monkey was) sat a small canine Pokémon whom Pikachu started off a friendship with recently, seeing as their trainers were a couple now. While the small one always seemed full of friendship for the Electric-Type, Pikachu always saw Gary’s Eevee, who had defeated him, when he saw the species. Pikachu, sighed, hoping he wouldn’t become too much more like Ash.

    To Eevee’s left sat May’s pink feline Pokémon, who had already finished eating was napping happily in the sunset. A larger, gluttonous Pokémon snuck by and stole the little bits of food that she had left in her bowl. After licking the feline’s bowl clean, the glutton snuck looked around for his next victim, and another way to steal more food.

    He knew, however, not to try anything with Blaziken. Even before her evolution, he had been disciplined by the Fire-and-Fighting type for trying to steal food in the past. So he only watched from a distance and drooled for a moment at her food as she lazily popped another kernel in her mouth, relaxing next to Sceptile, who sat in meditation, having already finished his meal.

    The hungry Pokémon looked about his allies for an easy target. A powerful elephant Pokémon glanced over at him, letting the smaller Pokémon know that his visit would not be appreciated. Next to the stocky, powerful elephant was a bagworm, encased in a steel shell. His gaze also narrowed at the watcher, who smiled back and turned around, truly depressed at his lack of easy targets.

    Meanwhile, a moderately sized blue Pokémon watched from a distance at Sceptile and Blaziken. He rubbed his feet against the ground as he watched them from a distance. He cursed his shy ways and returned to sitting in the grass, by himself. He looked up to the sky to see two flying Pokémon circling over head. He chuckled to himself, one of them was a butterfly.

    “Hey, Marshtomp,” Brock called for him, “you wanna help yourself to some of these leftovers?”

    The blue Pokémon smiled as he stepped over to Brock. The breeder could tell that his Water-and-Ground Pokémon was feeling a bit lovelorn, so he tried to cheer him up.

    May watched her boyfriend eat with some kind of morbid fascination, similar to the kinds that made her watch wild Pokémon attack each other on television when her brother elbowed her in the side.

    “May,” he pleaded “please tell ‘em…”

    “Alright, Max,” she sighed, not wanting to send him off. She turned to the table. “Hey, guys?”

    Ash looked up, his mouth full of noodles. Brock affixed his gaze on her as he sat down.

    “I’ve been talking to my parents,” May explained. “Max’s tenth birthday is coming up pretty soon, and Dad wanted me to send him back to Hoenn so he could become a trainer.”

    “That’s great, Max!” Ash smiled after swallowing his noodles. “You’ve always wanted to have your own Pokémon!”

    “No, it’s not…” Max sighed, slipping off of the fold up chair and stepping away from the table.

    “What’d I say?” Ash became slightly confused.

    May looked at him from across the table. “He doesn’t want to leave the group, Ash. We’re not going with him.”

    “Oh,” Ash began to understand. He left the table and followed Max who had wondered further into the park they had set up their dinner in. He saw the boy swinging by his lonesome on the rusty swing set. “Hey, Max, I’m sorry I didn’t think about you not wanting to leave.”

    “It’s alright, Ash,” Max looked at the dirt under him. “I really have wanted my starter Pokémon for a long time. But now, I don’t really wanna leave you guys. You’re all the best friends I’ve ever had. Even if one of ‘em is my sister.”

    Ash sat on the swing next to the one Max sat on. “We have had quite the adventure, haven’t we?” He looked up at the orange sky. “You’ve been a good friend Max,” he told him. “I don’t really want to see you go, either. But if your dream takes you away from your friends, then we shouldn’t stand in your way. You want to be the Petalburg Gym Leader someday, right?”

    Max smiled. “Yeah, I’ve always wanted to succeed my Dad as the Gym Leader. I guess I won’t be able to prove to him that I can be a great trainer if I keep following you around, will I?”

    “Max,” May called as she stepped into the park. Brock followed closely behind her. “I really don’t want you to go.”

    “You know as well as I do that I have to, sis,” he smiled at her.

    May threw her arms around her brother. “I know,” she cried silently. “But I’m really gonna miss you. I love you, Max.”

    “I love you, too, May,” he said, returning his sister’s affections.

    May stood up and rubbed her eyes. “I-I wanted to give you something for your journey. To remember me by.” She began fishing something out of her pack.

    “You don’t have to give me anything, sis,” he was embarrassed.

    “I insist,” she said. “I think you’ll need this.” She took out a Pokéball and handed it to him.

    “The thought’s nice and all, May,” Max said, clearly underwhelmed, “but Professor Birch will give me some Pokéballs.”

    “That’s Squirtle’s Pokéball,” May said.

    “What?” Max looked back at it. “You’re giving me your Squirtle?”

    May nodded, tears in her sapphire eyes. “I know how much you love Pokémon, and I wanted to be the one who gave you your first.”

    “Thank you, sis!” He hugged her tightly as she leaned down and took him in again. “You’re the best sister ever!”

    “J-just make sure you let him see a contest every once in a while, Max,” she choked out. “I’m gonna miss you so much, little brother.”

    “I’m gonna miss you, too, May,” he sobbed. “I don’t know when we’ll be able to see each other again. I-I’ll take good care of Squirtle.”

    “C’mon, guys,” Brock placed his hands on each of their shoulders. “Lets get finished eating one last meal as a team.”

    The brother and sister broke apart and walked back to the picnic table, tears sliding down their smiling faces.

    They sat and spoke of their great adventures together. Max remembered fondly his encounter with Jirachi, while May spoke mostly of Manaphy. Ash remembered the fallen Lucario fondly, and Brock reminisced to the group about all the girls he had lost during their journey. Max made an off color about how Brock couldn’t have lost any girls because he never got any. While the breeder sighed at the boy’s observation, Ash and May enjoyed Max’s razor-sharp wit for what would be the last time for a while.

    After finishing their meal, Brock began to pack Max for his trip back to Littleroot and Professor Birch’s Laboratory. The boy held Squirtle in his arms. May had discussed going with Max to Squirtle in private (even Ash was unaware), and the Kanto Water-type agreed to go with him. Max slipped the Pokéball into his pocket, and thought fondly of his sister.

    Ash felt like he had to give something to Max, as well. He quickly tore through his backpack, looking for a memento to give his girlfriend’s brother. Ash certainly thought more of Max than just ‘his girlfriend’s brother.’ He and Max had become very close in their travels, and he was going to miss the lad as well. Not finding anything he was willing to part with, he sighed and dropped back, placing his hands on his head. He was then struck with inspiration as what to give his departing friend.

    Max turned to see Ash handing him his red-and-black cap. “Here,” Ash smiled at him. “You’ll need something to cover your eyes when it gets really bright.”

    “Ash…” he smiled at him. He took the hat and held it in his hands, dropping Squirtle, who stood next to his new trainer. “You’ve done so much for me. I… I couldn’t.”

    “Take it, Max,” Ash grinned. “You’ve done some pretty brave stuff during our adventure. You deserve it.”

    Max smiled and put the hat on his head. Squirtle leapt to his shoulder as May and Brock approached him. May presented him with his pack. “We’ve got it all ready for you to go,” she smiled, fighting back tears again.

    “Thank you, May,” he smiled at her, also fighting back tears.

    “I’ve made you a snack, Max,” Brock handed him a small covered bowl. He placed a metallic fork and knife on the bowl. “And you’ll need these to eat it.”

    “Thanks a lot, Brock,” Max took the food in his free hand.

    “Take it easy, Max,” May mothered him. “Don’t push yourself too hard.”

    “I won’t, May,” he smiled.

    The boat pulled into the port. Ash, May and Brock watched the boy begin to walk away toward the boat. May cried silently, watching her brother leave her. Ash took her hand in his, trying to ease her distress about Max leaving. The boy stopped walking to the boat. Turning back to his friends with tears in his eyes, he ran back into his sister’s arms. Ash, May, and Brock all held Max in a group hug, unsure when they would have the opportunity again. With that, he set off to board the ship again.

    As the ship pulled out from the port, Max and Squirtle waved to Ash, May, Brock and all of the Pokémon who watched them go. Ash resumed holding her hand to prevent her from losing her composure. As the ship disappeared from view, Pikachu sighed, depressed having to have watch another friend leave.

    The remainder of the evening was spent in relative silence. After recalling their Pokémon, Ash, May, and Brock set up camp in the park. Even though he is normally uncomfortable with close sleeping arrangements, Ash allowed May to lay her sleeping bag next to his to comfort her since Max had left. Brock slept on May’s other side, to make sure she felt surrounded by her friends. As they set up the camp that night, Brock told May that it was hard for him the first few weeks he was out being away from his brothers and sisters. The story comforted May as the boys drifted off to sleep. Feeling lonely, she looked over to the sleeping Ash (complete with Pikachu sleeping in his lap on the sleeping bag) and watched him sleep for a moment. Slowly, she unzipped her sleeping bag to allow her arms freedom of movement. She reached over and unzipped Ash’s sleeping bag to reveal his chest. May felt her cheeks light up as the boy turned in his sleep away from her. Scooting closer, she wrapped one of her arms around him, holding him close for comfort during her sleep. May smiled as she let herself fall asleep holding Ash in her arms.

    When he awoke in the morning, Brock looked over and saw that May had wrapped her arms around Ash. He sighed; it was a sight that was becoming too common to him. All the young couple reminded him of was his own lovelorn life. He tried to make the best of it today. Because today, he was leaving, too.

    Ash yawned as he turned over to see May’s sleeping face. Startled at first, he listened to May snore quietly and smelled her breath. Ash slipped out of her loose grip and stood up. Pikachu yawned as well, and began to stretch. May rolled over in her sleep, continuing to sleep soundly. Ash couldn’t help but notice how cute she looked while she slept. The smell of food, however, proved to be a stronger lure as he found himself walking over to Brock. “Hey, that smells really good, Brock,” Ash complimented. “What’s the occasion?”

    “Nothing, really,” Brock lied. He knew he’d have to make it as quick and painless as possible after what happened with Max yesterday.

    Soon after, May woke up, and the group released their Pokémon and all had what under normal circumstances would be an uneventful morning. Brock smiled to himself, enjoying the interactions between Ash and May as they competed to see who could eat the most of Brock’s cooking before they were too full to eat any more. The Pokémon were fed, with Brock’s own Pokémon knowing only as much as Ash, May and the rest of the Pokémon did.

    They packed up camp and began heading down the road. Ash gloated over his win against May that morning, but the girl didn’t seem to mind, although she took measures to deflate his ego when she felt it was too large. More significantly, Ash and May looked at the ribbon they had split, each happy that they could share a win in battle together. Brock allowed them to remain blissfully unaware. He knew it would be hard to say goodbye if they knew he was leaving.

    The group came to a fork in the road. As Ash and May began turning down the road to the south, Brock stood still.

    “This is it, guys,” he told them. “I’ll be leaving, here.”

    “What?” Ash and May were shocked.

    “I’ve got to visit my family in Pewter,” he told them. “I told them I would after every adventure and our journey though the Battle Frontier ended not to long ago.”

    “Not just Max, but Brock, too?” May stepped backwards. “Why didn’t you tell us you had to leave?”

    “If I told you,” Brock explained, “you would have been more upset, and it would have ruined your day. And as your honorary big brother, I can’t let that happen.”

    Ash’s expression darkened as Pikachu let out a sad coo from his trainer’s shoulder. “I’m gonna miss you, Brock,” Ash said to his long time traveling partner. He held out his hand to him.

    “Same here, Ash,” he smiled. “And depending on where you two decide to go, I might be able to join you, so unlike Max’s, my departure might only be temporary.” He took Ash’s hand and gave him a firm handshake.

    May placed her hand on theirs. “I don’t know what to say, Brock,” she smiled, tears in her eyes, “except that you better get back to us as soon as possible.”

    “Don’t cry, May,” he smiled to her as a single tear slid down her face. “I’ll have to come back, someday.” He tried to disarm the subject with a joke. “I mean, who will feed you and Ash? Instant Ramen can only take you so far.”

    “Hey, Instant Ramen can take me plenty far!” May retorted, smiling.

    Brock broke the interlinked hands. “And with that, I bid you adieu,” he bowed like a gentleman. Brock stepped away from them, and then began to walk up the road to Pewter. Ash and May waved to him for a bit before heading south towards Pallet Town. Pikachu sighed as he saw Brock leaving.

    In a certain Normal-type Pokémon shaped balloon overhead, a trio plus two Psychic Pokémon watched through binoculars.

    “Parting is such sweet sorrow,” a woman sighed.

    “But Pikachu is much sweeter,” a man followed up.

    “I prefer lemon in my tea,” a Pokémon said.

    “Wobbuffet!”

    “Mime, mime!”

    To Be Continued...
    Last edited by PikamasterADV; 30th April 2008 at 4:43 AM. Reason: Now with Japanese Titles! Or something like that

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    That was a nice first chapter Pika, no, not nice, awesome.
    Except that it was a little rushed, but then explaining things like the contest Ash and May went through would be pretty pointless.
    I love how you completely changed the last episode of Battle Frontier in advanceshippings favor. But it was sad too,
    Max leaving
    Brock leaving
    Makes me wonder what will happen to Ash and May, they'll chill in Pallet town only?
    Or will they go some place?
    But Brock's coming back so...
    And if May stays, than Hikari won't come? Because Ash doesn't decide to go to Shinou.
    And what about Max, he'll have to meet up with Cindy, right?
    Aah, I'm asking too much.
    I guess I just can't wait.
    If you have a PM list, can I be on it? This story seems to be going in an awesome direction.
    Oh, and question: How do you do it? How do you have time to write fanfics, keep up your grades, and social life?
    I'm not even in college yet and I can hardly come online because of school and friends.
    Oh, sorry, that was off-topic.
    Can't wait for your next installment
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    Awesome. Just purely awesome. Of course, what's to be expected from a great author like you?

    Although the main events in the chapter were sad, it was still great. Do those events actually happen in the anime? We're sort of behind here in the US.

    Oh, and if there's a PM list, could you please add me to it?

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    YEEESSS!!!!! You have not idea how long I've been waiting for this Pika, no idea at all.

    Excellent start to another great story I'm sure. I liked how you almost followed the storyline of the anime on this episode, it made everything a lot easier to picture. Not too much to comment other then that, I guess I will just have to wait until you repost.

    Keep up the good work!!


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    Finally pika! Turkey day is here and you are posting mc2!!!!! Yeah! Greatchap and very lengthy life in fics couldnt get any better than this. (sigh) if you have a pm list can i be on it too?

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    Wow, that was nice and Max will have two pokemons to start his journey with, I wonder if it will stick with your prequel and make Ash and May go to the Sevii Islands. Put me on your pm list (if you have one)!

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    Wow me likes. I'm hoping to see more, alot. Because i just love this.
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    Very nice, a good sequal!!! But dont you want to change the title? May's Crush 2 is kind of repetitive, but hey its your fic!! AWESOME!!

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    Well the second title final frontier is good enough dont you think?

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    Even though I'm an avid Contest and PearlShipper, I couldn't help but read MC1. Your writing style is very modern and leaves me wanting more! It even in some way makes me want to root for AdvanceShipping (only in this fic though). You don't know how happy I was to finally see this thread for MC2 was started. Good luck continuing with writing you can count on me to be a loyal reviewer. [/isgladtogetthatoffherchest]

    As for this chapter, it was basically an epilouge for MC1, and the prolouge for MC2; I bridge chapter you can say. I like how you handled the May/Max brother and sister relationship delicately, and gave Max a good salute goodbye. Brock wasn't too big of an topic in this chapter, but it was brought up a lot on how he wanted his disbandment to be quick as possible. For some reason I'm suspecting he'll make a return.

    Also, can you add me to the PM list if there is one. If not, I'll just know to come visit here every Thursday.

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    It seems you didn't PM me.

    Anyway, yeah. Great chapter. May gives her Squirtle to Max? Interesting.
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    wow great 1st chapter this is gonna be good ill be visiting every thursday cant wait

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    OMG the ending of that was funny. Could you answer a question? Will Brock be coming back? Someday sounds in, like, years!!! Who will feed them and make sure they don't kill themselves?!?! Five stars. *****

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokemondude View Post
    hm taking a while for the next one to come up hmmm... :P
    Well, as he said in the1st post, he's not going to post a chappy a day like he did woth MC1. Instead he's going to post once every Thursday. So on Thursdays you can look foward to a new pokemon episode and MC2 Chapter!

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    There is just one thing i have to say...... isnt blaziken a boy?! i mean look at it seriously and listen to its voice throughout from torchic from combusken to blaziken its a boy i think but meh girl is a lot better, it fits into the storyline :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokemondude View Post
    There is just one thing i have to say...... isnt blaziken a boy?! i mean look at it seriously and listen to its voice throughout from torchic from combusken to blaziken its a boy i think but meh girl is a lot better, it fits into the storyline :P
    Uggh... you people think to much.

    Actually, from what I've seen of the episode where Blaziken and Sceptile duke it out, I would have to say that May's Blaziken is a female in the anime as well.


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    Wow, MC2 is FINALLY out! I read the whole May's Crush and it was pwnage, so I can't wait 'til Thursday!
    I did find a typo though:
    Ash couldn’t help at how cute she looked while she slept.
    What's that?

    Sweet chappie though!

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    Pika, it's nice to see you back! I see how you're setting up lots of shippiness to come, May and Ash alone... no Brock... no Max... just Ash and May...
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    Chapter 2: In our Pallet Town...

    Ash and May walked down the path, truly alone together for the first time since they decided to become boyfriend and girlfriend. Without Max always watching them to make sure they cut out the ‘mushy stuff’, nor Brock to keep them on track, they didn’t really know what to do with themselves. Ash and May walked in silence.

    Ash felt a tension between them. He had to break it. “So…” he began. “It’s been a long time since we’ve been in Pallet, huh?”

    “Yeah,” May replied, seeming distracted. “I wonder how your mother’s doing. The last time we saw her was in Cerulean during the ‘incident’.”

    “I’m sure she’s doing fine,” Ash told her. “I can’t wait for a home cooked meal.”

    “Your mom is a good cook,” May remembered the meal she ate there before Ash began his tour of the Battle Frontier. “I’m getting hungry already, and it hasn’t been an hour since we left Brock.”

    “How can you tell?” Ash asked her. “Max took the PokéNav with him to Hoenn, remember?”

    May sighed. “Oh, yeah… I hope we don’t get lost. Without a map, who knows where we’d end up?”

    “Don’t worry, I remember this road,” he told her. “And if I remember correctly…” he said as the reached the top of a hill, “Pallet Town is just over there!” He shouted as they stood above his hometown. Ash was happy to come home every time between adventures. His warm bed waited for him, as did his mother, Professor Oak, and most of all, the Pokémon he left there. “I can’t wait to get there!” Ash grinned. “C’mon, May! Let’s race to my house!”

    “Wait, Ash!” she called. “Can’t we just walk together like a regular couple?” But it was too late to reach him as he bolted towards his house. Grudgingly, May began to chase after him, ready to give him a piece of her mind when she caught up with him.

    Ash waited for the winded May as she staggered into Ash’s front lawn. “Wh… wh… why didn’t you wait up for me?” she asked, panting.

    “I told you it was a race,” Ash sneered at her, proud of his accomplishment. “And I won, too!”

    “Well, whoop-dee-do,” May spun her index finger in the air. “I’m bushed. Let’s get inside so I can rest.”

    Ash knocked on the door before opening it. He and May stepped inside, slipping off their shoes and stepping into the house. “Mom!” Ash called out. “We’re home!” No sounds, however, came from the building. “I wonder where she went…” Ash pondered.

    “Well, why don’t we wait here for a bit to see if she comes back, and if not,” May suggested, “we’ll check at Professor Oak’s Laboratory when we go to let our Pokémon rest in his ranch.”

    “That sounds good,” Ash smiled. “Hey, why don’t we go up to my room? You’ve never seen it, have you?”

    “Oh Ash,” May fluttered her eyelids, “I didn’t know you wanted to go all the way so soon.”

    Ash turned bright red. “I didn’t mean like that!” he shouted, flustered.

    May giggled and waved him down. “Calm down, I was just kidding. Let’s go upstairs then.”

    Grumbling at his girlfriend’s sense of humor, Ash led May up the stairs in his house to his room. A single bed sat in the corner, the window positioned so that the morning sun would shine on whomever was sleeping there. Across the room, on the wall, hung Ash’s official Pokémon League hat, next to his older vest. Surprisingly to May, Ash had a study desk. Upon closer examination, however, she realized that the desk wasn’t used for studying.

    On the wall above the desk hung three moderately sized picture frames, with a smaller frame under the middle frame. May looked at the frames and saw that each of them had eight Gym Badges inside the glass. She recognized which set was the Kanto Badges by comparing the Cascade Badge that she got from Misty to the ones that Ash won. Next to the frame containing the Kanto Badges was a picture of Ash, Pikachu, and 5 of his other Pokémon, along with the trophy that, after looking down, sat on his desk under a layer of dust. In the picture frame under the framed picture there were four badges that May couldn’t identify from where they came from. The set of unidentifiable badges she saw to the left of the seashell badges must have been from Johto, seeing as she’s never seen a Johto Gym Badge.

    On the desk, sitting out in the open and also becoming dusty, were Ash’s eight Hoenn Gym Badges. Ash opened his pack and sat his Frontier Victory Plaque next to it. “I guess my mom hasn’t framed my Hoenn League Badges yet,” he laughed.

    May had never taken the time to look at Ash’s Badges (especially considering how protective the boy was of them when he needed them to enter the Hoenn League), but now, seeing them all here, she found them rather pretty. Almost like a jewelry collection, she joked to herself. “I never noticed before, but your Gym Badges are all really pretty.”

    “You think so?” Ash said. May picked up the Badge Case and rolled the chair at the desk over into the sunlight. She saw that a fine layer of dust had settled on them. Reaching into her fanny-pack, she pulled a small cloth out and wiped the dust off of them.

    She smiled as the silver Balance Badge shined to her. It was her father’s Gym Badge. The one Ash had won back in Hoenn. She closed her eyes and remembered the battle. She also remembered taking Ash’s side in the Gym Battle, even though Brock warned her to be neutral. I’m glad I took Ash’s side, she smiled at the boy as he relaxed with Pikachu on the bed. “I might have to compete in the next league we go to if the badges are all so pretty,” May joked to Ash while shining the Balance Badge further.

    “Heh, yeah, and I’ll do Pokémon Contests,” Ash laughed back at her. “Pikachu and I can go winning ribbons.”

    “Hey, you weren’t too bad at that contest we were in recently,” she winked at him. “You did manage to tie against a coordinator who’s gotten to the top four of her second Grand Festival.”

    “Well, in that case,” Ash added, “you should enter the next league, since you tied with a trainer who just beat the Battle Frontier.”

    The couple had a good laugh. May smiled at the boy, his dark hair tossed about his head. “Are you gonna get a new hat, since you gave your old one to Max?” she asked.

    Ash pondered for a moment. “Well, I have my old Pokémon League hat. I guess I could wear that.”

    May stepped over to him and ran her hand through his hair. “I don’t think you should. I kinda like your hair without a hat,” she smiled.

    Ash blushed slightly. “Y-you think so?” he looked up to her. She smiled and nodded, messing up his always tangled hair. “I guess I could go without a hat for a while.”

    May giggled. “I just hope I don’t get the urge to comb it for you. If I do, you might start to look less like the Ash I love so much.” She pecked his hair with her lips, causing Ash to turn a little more crimson.

    “Oh, Ash-honey!” they heard Ash’s mother from downstairs calling. “I see your shoes are here. I hope you’re not doing anything in your room that you’re not supposed to.”

    “Oh, Ash!” May called out, her voice dripping in sarcasm. “Help me get my clothes on!”

    Ash’s face became red and angry as May darted out of the room, giggling like a school girl. “We’re not doing anything, Mom! Don’t listen to May!” he called out to the woman downstairs. Ash calmed himself down and took Pikachu to his shoulder before leaving the room. He stepped down the stairs to see his mother, dressed in her requisite pink blouse and blue skirt, giggling along side May, who held her sides, chuckling. “What’s so funny?” Ash belted out, irritated.

    “Oh, honey,” Ash’s mother, caught her breath. “May and I were just having a laugh at that joke she shouted.”

    “Yeah…” Ash smiled through gritted teeth. “A real great joke.”

    “Oh, come on, Ash,” May stepped over to him, grinning widely. “You know I was just kidding, right?”

    “Well, I didn’t think it was very funny!” Ash spat.

    Ash’s mother’s eyes widened. “I… think I have some things to put in the cabinets,” she muttered, stepping out of the room quickly.

    “Did… did you really get that hurt by my joke?” May’s voice held raised concern. She sat down on the couch and beckoned him to sit with her.

    “Y-yeah…” Ash said under his breath, dissatisfied with himself for raising his voice at May as he sat next to the brunette. “I guess I don’t think it’s so funny to joke about that kind of thing.”

    May took his hand in one of hers and stroked the back of it with her other. “I’m sorry, Ash,” she smiled at him, regret shining forth from her eyes. “I didn’t mean to offend you with it.”

    “That’s alright,” Ash took the hand May was stroking his hand with in his other hand. “Just don’t do it again, okay?”

    “You can count on it,” she smiled. She planted a small peck on his cheek. “Well, now that your mom’s back, why don’t we go do something in town?” she suggested.

    “Well, why don’t we head down to Professor Oak’s Lab and drop off our Pokémon,” Ash suggested. “I’m sure they’d like the time to be outside their Pokéballs.”

    “That sounds like a good idea, Ash,” May said, putting her finger to her chin, “and do you think after that we could go do something together?”

    “Sure,” Ash grinned. “I don’t see why not.”

    Ash and May bid his mother goodbye before they set down the road to Professor Oak’s Lab. May had almost forgotten the large staircase leading to the esteemed researcher’s home before now. Sighing as Ash lead the charge up the stone steps, May grudgingly followed up them, keeping up with the boy on whom Pikachu hung. Ash hurriedly knocked on the door, hopping up and down from excitement. May wiped the sweat form her forehead. Ash had seemingly a bottomless well of energy from which he drew during moments of extreme enthusiasm. While May herself was in better shape since she began her Pokémon Journey, she still didn’t like walking too far without taking a rest. She sighed, supposing that perhaps she was too pampered by her father.

    An old man opened the door, grinning happily. “Ash! May! It’s great to see you!” he said. “I didn’t know that you two were back in town!”

    “We just got back recently, Professor Oak,” Ash said, hopping uncontrollably. “We wanted to leave our Pokémon with you while we stayed in Pallet.”

    “Well, by all means,” the famous Pokémon Professor stepped out of their way as Ash zipped into the building past him. May walked in a bit more calmly than her boyfriend.

    By the time May had stepped into Oak’s immense back yard, Ash had already found many of his Pokémon. A small blue crocodile hopped joyfully around the trainer’s feet while a tired looking echidna yawned and nuzzled his leg. A large, icy Pokémon that looked like a floating head moved close to his master. An obedient orange tortoise smiled and shed tears of joy as he rejoined his beloved trainer. May smiled at the sighed, not without feeling a tiny pang in her own heart. Ash and his Pokémon will always be close, I guess, she thought. I love him, but I guess I’ll have to learn to live with this.

    May reached into her pack and pulled out her five Pokéballs. “C’mon out, everyone!” she tossed them into the air, causing them to snap open, revealing her Pokémon. Blaziken stood tall and stretched outside of the Pokéball as her team mates appeared around her. The pink kitten Pokémon began running immediately into the grasses close by, followed by the curious brown canine. Her butterfly zoomed into the sky, to find a flower garden to relax in, while the ever-hungry Pokémon began to search for a new meal. “Now Skitty, Eevee, you two be careful!” she called to them as they ran away. She looked to the sky and shouted, “Have fun, Beautifly!” Her gaze then turned to the Pokémon who tried to infiltrate her pack. “No, Munchlax. You’ll eat when the Professor feeds you.”

    As Munchlax let out a sigh, Ash turned to his Professor. “Hey, Professor, where’s Tracey?” he asked.

    “Tracey went to visit Misty in Cerulean City,” Oak told him, stepping out into the sun. “He’s been visiting up there more recently, I’ve noticed,” he had a mischievous look in his eyes. “He’s also been spending time with Cyndi while he’s been up there.”

    Ash and May recalled the rambunctious girl they had met in Cerulean during the ‘incident.’ After Misty (under Harley’s bad influence) had made them veritable felons, the small, blue haired Cyndi convinced her mother to let Ash and May stay in their home. Of course the older woman couldn’t turn them down; Ash was Cyndi’s idol, after all. During their stay, the couple learned that not only was the girl an aspiring artist, but she also had developed a soft spot for May’s brother, Max. What they didn’t know (and never were able to learn before he left for Hoenn) was whether or not he felt the same for her.

    The tranquility was interrupted as Ash let out his five Pokémon, keeping Pikachu on his shoulder. The powerful Grass-type Sceptile placed a twig in his mouth and grinned over at Blaziken, hoping to have a sparring partner in the Fire-Fighting type. A large, bird Pokémon came out and immediately took off into the sky, seeming ot follow May’s Beautifly. Also appearing were the small Water-Type crustacean Corphish, who was greeted by the dancing crocodile, Donphan, who reintroduced himself to the echidna after evolving while traveling with Ash, and the small, purple monkey known as Aipom, who hopped on to Ash’s shoulder opposite Pikachu.

    May grinned and stepped closer to him. “You’re just a king among Pokémon, aren’t you?”

    “I guess I am,” he laughed. “But I guess that makes you their queen.”

    Ash and May had a laugh at that while Pikachu leapt from the boy’s shoulder and began calling his comrades around to tell them of the adventure of the Battle Frontier, as well as Ash and May’s new relationship.

    One of Ash’s Pokémon, however, had seen more than enough.

    Her red eyes were narrowed at the girl her trainer was laughing with. She dug one of her feet against the ground threatening to charge. When no one noticed her, she growled. The grass-type began charging at May, fury inside her heart.

    May was completely caught off guard as the saurian Pokémon tackled her away from Ash. That wasn’t good enough for her, though, so she reached for May with vines that extended from around her neck.

    “Ash!” May leapt out of the way, “what’s up with your Bayleef?”

    “Bayleef!” Ash called to her, “cut it out!” However, the stubborn Pokémon refused to listen and reached for May again. Ash knew he had to take action. “Cyndaquil!” he called to the echidna at his feet, “use Flamethrower on Bayleef’s vines!”

    The sleepy Fire-type stepped up and flexed his back, causing a fire to start upon it. Channeling this heat and energy through his body, he launched a stream of fire at Bayleef’s vines that chased May about the area, causing the Grass Pokémon to turn her gaze at the traitorous Fire Mouse. She began charging at Cyndaquil, but the nimble Fire-type leapt above Bayleef’s head, causing her to careen into the crocodile. The Water-type became angry and shot a powerful blast of water from his mouth at Bayleef.

    “Totodile, calm down!” Ash tried to ease the tensions. But the Big Jaw Pokémon wouldn’t listen and continued to attack Bayleef.

    Four vines shot out between all of the warring factions, causing trainer and Pokémon alike to look to where it came from. Two small blue Pokémon stepped closer, each with two vines extended. Both had a large, green plant bulb on their backs, but had different patterns across their bodies.

    “Bulb a saur!” the larger of the two Pokémon said, approaching the battlers. He held a stern look in his eyes.

    “Bulba!” the smaller of the two chimed in, sticking close to the larger one.

    Grunting, Bayleef stopped her attack, and backed away from May, jealousy in her eyes. Cyndaquil yawned and let his fire sputter out, and Totodile just fell backwards on the ground, tired from the battle.

    “Thanks, Bulbasaur,” Ash sighed with relief. “That was getting pretty dicey.”

    “Bulba!” the Grass-and-Poison Pokémon smiled from the praise.

    May stepped over to the Bulbasaur. “Well, isn’t my little Bulbasaur being so brave!” she praised her Pokémon, rubbing the back of her neck.

    “Babulba,” May’s Bulbasaur smiled and swayed slightly.

    “Professor,” Ash said as he and May picked up their respective Bulbasaur, “why was Bayleef acting so funny?”

    Oak put his hand to his chin and thought. “I believe Bayleef is jealous of May,” he said.

    “Huh?” Ash blinked at the implication.

    “It means that Bayleef has a crush on you, Ash,” May giggled. Bayleef, blushing with embarrassment, fled away from Ash and the rest of the Pokémon.
    “Bayleef, wait!” Ash called to her as she ran.

    Oak stepped up behind him. “No, Ash, I’ll deal with her. I’ll get her acting like her old self again.”

    Ash looked glum. “Thanks, Professor,” he sighed.

    “I’ve missed you, Bulbasaur,” May smiled to her Grass-type. “Have you had fun here with Ash’s Bulbasaur?”

    May’s Bulbasaur blushed in her trainer’s arms and sighed, turning to look at Ash and his Bulbasaur. Uttering only a single, “Bulb,” May’s Bulbasaur stared dreamily at Ash’s, while the boy’s Pokémon conversed with his trainer, causing them both to laugh.

    “I bet you like Ash’s Bulbasaur, huh?” May grinned to the Bulbasaur she held. The Pokémon blushed, and looked away from May. “I can tell, I was like that, too, recently. Take it at your own pace, Bulbasaur. I’m sure he likes you, too.”

    With that, May sat her Bulbsaur back into the grass. Ash finished his conversation with his Bulbasaur and set him down as well. The boy then took Aipom off his shoulder and placed her down next to Pikachu. The monkey Pokémon seemed confused as to why her trainer removed her from his shoulder. “You stay here with the rest of the Pokémon and have fun, Aipom. May and I are gonna go spend some time in town together.”

    May’s eyes lit up. “You really mean it, Ash?” she asked, her voice giddy with excitement.

    “Yeah, I said I would, didn’t I?” he reminded her.

    “Yay!” she cheered. “Thank you, Ash!”

    “We’ll see you later, Professor,” Ash told him as they began to leave. He turned to Pikachu. “You have fun with the other Pokémon, okay Pikachu?”

    “Pika!” he smiled to his trainer. Pikachu then darted off to play with his friends that had been staying at the lab. Ash and May then turned and left the ranch, and subsequently the lab. Aipom, however, just watched Ash and May leave, paying no attention to the other Pokémon. She sat and thought for a moment, then, grinning in her trademark style, darted off into the trees.

    To Be Continued...

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    Oh my god, May and Ash, spending time alone, without their pokemon, :O Good chapter, I like how May said “Oh Ash, I didn’t know you wanted to go all the way so soon.” And also, “Oh, Ash! Help me get my clothes on!” They were very funny but I think you took Bayleef character a little too far.

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    First i loved this chapter very much, it was splendid indeed, a great sense of humor so the reader would continue reading the chapter! I also like that Mrs.Ketchum and May are good together. Anyways excellent again!


    Quote Originally Posted by flamingoozaru View Post
    They were very funny but I think you took Bayleef character a little too far.
    No, dont you remember when Bayleef was a Chikorita and it didnt like it when someone was too close to Ash, remember? Bayleef's character was perfect, i liked it.

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    just out of curiosity back in may's crush What made you decided to have ash use corphish instead totodile or squirtle or kingler all three of which are very powerful water types in ash's possession and two of which he could get sent to him easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaredstar View Post
    just out of curiosity back in may's crush What made you decided to have ash use corphish instead totodile or squirtle or kingler all three of which are very powerful water types in ash's possession and two of which he could get sent to him easily.
    That's a good question, and I'll be happy to answer it.

    Let's see, Ash has four powerful Water-Types that we could have gone with

    Squirtle, Kingler, Totodile, and Corphish.

    Well, writing a scene with TWO Squirtle in it would be much harder and clunkier, as I'd have to identify each Squirtle each time. Remember, May's only Water-Type is a Squirtle.

    So that leaves

    Kingler, Totodile, and Corphish.

    I went to the Anime Moves Cataloge on these forums (in the Anime Spoilers Forum, exactly) to check out which moves these Pokemon have used, and thus, which ones I would use (I didn't want to use too many moves that the Pokemon never did in the series. The only time I took a liberty was with Aipom, who had been around for all of one episode at the time of writing.), so let's look at their avaliable moves.

    Krabby/Kingler:
    - Crabhammer
    - Bubble
    - Water Gun
    - Vicegrip
    - Stomp
    - Hyperbeam
    - Leer
    - Harden

    Totodile:
    - Bite
    - Water Gun
    - Slash
    - Scary Face
    - Skull Bash

    Corphish:
    - Crabhammer
    - Vicegrip
    - Bubblebeam
    - Harden
    - Dig

    Now, from the look of this, Corphish has the weakest set. Let's go in a bit more though. Kingler has essentially the same moves as Corphish except the addtion of Stomp, Hyper Beam and Leer, and losing out on Dig. Totodile's Scratch wouldn't be used because of Slash, and the same with Headbutt/Skull Bash, which cuts down his moves list. Add in the fact that Corphish was currently on Ash's team and my personal preferance for it over the other two, and that's the reason I chose Corphish. I had plans for Dig, but they never came up in the battle (Squirtle was going to freeze the ice much more solid, and Corphish was going to burrow around, attacking from the ice).

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    Again, I say awesome. Yeah, the part where May said, "Oh, Ash! Help me get my clothes on!" was funny. Ash's reaction made it funnier all the while.

    Aslo, the way Bayleef acted was surprising. I always knew it liked Ash, but...

    Anyway, I look foward to the next chapter! And, if I'm not already on it, add me to the PM list, please.

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    thanks dude and that anime moves guide thing will come in handy with the may/ash/hikari story idea i have been working on (basicly deviates from canon at the end of battle frontier May decides to go shinou with ash and ash spurred ahead by his contest battle against may decides to give pokemon contest a try) but enough about that back to mc2 i really like this story and hope all goes well with it.

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