Hey guys, new Advanceshipping fic in town! Some of you might recognize me from my reviews of Skipping Stone, Destiny Bond II, and The Aura is With Me. After reading these, I decided to write my own Advanceshipping story. Full background info will be in the next chapter. Not much shipping until Ch. 2, but it will be there, I promise. Before I forget, here's the PM List. If you'd like to be added, just leave a review and ask. If you don't like to review, drop me a VM or PM.
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And now, enjoy my fic!
October 10, 2015
I just stood there and watched as she was killed. The closest human friend I ever had, blown to pieces from a bomb. I could have saved her, could have stopped it, and life would have gone on as usual. Now, that will never happen.
I’m leaving Orre tomorrow, taking what little I have left along with me. Pikachu is gone, he ran away after the explosion, but not before he electrocuted me, and screamed at me with hatred in his eyes. He knows it was my fault, he understands. I doubt the others would.
I will never see my friends again; never share the good times, the tough challenges, our fond memories or our battles with each other. Severing my ties with my mother is hard, but to leave all my Pokemon, and all the friends I’ve had in life is borderline impossible.
I may never battle again, after what happened yesterday. With Pikachu gone, and the other Pokemon at Oak’s, I don’t have any partners left to battle with. The egg she left me might be the sole hope for my trainer career now. Pikachu never did get to see his child, maybe he will someday, but I doubt he will ever forgive me. I hope he doesn’t after what I’ve done to him and to Opal.
I lost the person closest to me, and Pikachu lost his mate because of my actions. I don’t know how long it will take, but the person who planted that bomb is going to pay. I will spend the rest of my life to hunt them down, Pokemon or no Pokemon, with friends or friendless. No matter what, I have to atone for my mistakes. May you rest in peace, Opal. I will never forget.
‘I never did forget, and I might have even found the answer,’ thought the man as he read the diary entry, dated almost seven years prior. Here he was, back in the trainer world as a co-ordinater. He chuckled; musing to himself how odd it was that he had ended up as something he had thought was beneath him as a trainer.
“Haaaaa,” he exhaled softly as he put the diary back in his bag, “May would get a kick out of this one.” The man looked up at the TV screen, checking the matchups for the first round of contest battles. “Speak of the devil,” he murmured, seeing that he was paired up against the very person he had just been thinking of.
“All right, Ladies and Gentlemen, the first round of contest battles is about to get underway!” announced Vivian, the contest MC. “So our first two contestants need to report to the stage. The battle starts in just two minutes, so don’t go anywhere!”
“That’s my cue,” announced the man as he left the back area for the stage.
‘The last time I had a contest with May was in Terracotta Town’ he recalled, the half a ribbon in his front pocket providing further memories. It was his good luck charm, split in two after a tie between the two of them. He glanced up, noticing his opponent walking towards the stage opposite him. She paused and glanced over at him, then she nodded and went on her way.
‘This time it won’t be a tie. I can win this,’ he reminded himself. ‘And if I don’t, then at least it’ll be fun.’
He was smiling as he walked on stage, ready to stand in the spotlight once more.
Ok, a little bit boring, but it’s a prologue, so what are ya gonna do? The next chapter will be better, and some of the main plot will be unveiled. Expect the next chappie soon