Roy looked left and right, rather shiftily. "What?" he said. "Me? From the internet?" He chuckled nervously. "You must be mistaken."
"You got that Furret as a Sentret from the Unwritten Fanfic Character Clinic, didn't you?" demanded Jack. At this, Roy's eyes widened.
"How do you- I mean, what are you talking about?"
"Cut the crap, Roy, you and I both know you were written into a fanfic. Now spill it."
Roy stood in place for several minutes, looking rather uncomfortable. Then, without warning, he burst out, "All right, all right, it's true! It's all true! The merriment! The peanut! The Patrick! It's all true, I was written into a fanfic, with Sentret as my starter! But how did you know?!"
"I was written into a fanfic myself," replied Jack. "Name's Jack. I'm the protagonist of The Adventure of Adventureness."
"Name's Roy," replied Roy, shaking Jack's hand. "I was written into The Awesome of Awesomeness as a supporting character. But how did you even know? I mean, aren't we not supposed to acknoweledge that we only exist as characters in a work of fiction?"
"My author, Missingno. Master, doesn't seem to believe in the fourth wall," said Jack.
"Did you say Missingno. Master?!" asked Roy. "He's my author, too! I was written in with orders to hang around the Rock Tunnel area and challenge a muscular 10-year-old on a bike to a battle, and to see where it goes from there. And what is this Adventure of Adventureness, anyway?"
"You've never read The Adventure of Adventureness?!" exclaimed Roy's Pokédex in obvious disbelief. "Here, look it up on my web browser."
"Gaaahhh..." sighed Jack's Pokédex.
Half an hour and much laughter later, Roy finished reading The Adventure of Adventureness, as well as The Awesome of Awesomeness, right up to the point where they were right now. He snapped the Pokédex shut and looked at Jack.