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Pokemon Pre-Dimond

By Enna Morrison

Adventure

Blurb

Volkner is an eleven year old boy who is just starting his Pokemon journey with his best friend/ boy friend Flint. The two challenge the gyms not only so they can challenge the champion, but to also to find out there true talents.

Shocking Flame

     It was a nice day as normal in Sunyshore City. The sun was shining on the town and in the window of a young boy's room. The room was decorated in blues with a single bed in the corner.The bed was small and made of mahogany. The bed was sheeted with blue covers with lightning bolts on it.Beside the bed was a desk with a laptop and a Voltorb alarm clock on it. In the bed was a young boy. The boy had short spiked blond hair, pail skin and blue eyes. He was wearing a pair of ice blue pj's with a dark blue lightning bolt on the t-shirt and many on the pants. The young boy's name was Volkner. Volkner was eleven years old, and ready to start on his own Pokemon adventure. With him was the small electric mouse Pokemon, Pikachu.Pikachu had nuzzled itself into Vlokner's grip.
'Voltorb, Voltorb, Voltorb!' The alarm clock sounded waking the Pikachu.
"Pika!Pi pe Pikachu." Pikachu said, in an attempt to waken his trainer, who merely flipped over.
"Pikachu!" Pikachu yelled electrocuting Volkner with a thunder shock attack.
"I'm up!" Volkner yelled and looked at the clock. "Oh, it's Sevin o'nine." Volkner jumped out of bed and ran over to his closet. Getting dressed Volkner pulled on a black t-shirt, blue jeans and a blue leather jacket with yellow stripes.

     Volkner ran downstairs with his Pikachu on his shoulder, right into his mother. His mother had long blond spiked hair in a bun, light green eyes and light skin. She was wearing a light blue dress with yellow stripes on her dress.
"Hey Sweetheart. Eat your breakfast and then you should go and meet with the Professor alright." His mother said and Volkner nodded. As he did there was a knock at the door.

     "Go let him in, I'll pour him some cereal." Volkner's mother said and Volkner ran to the door. When he opened the door he pulled the boy standing there into a big hug. The boy had a large red afro, brown eyes, and pail skin. He was wearing a yellow tank top and black pants. His mane was Flint.
"Mom's pouring you cereal as we talk so you better hurry inside before it gets soggy." Volkner pulled his friend into the house who simply smiled and followed.

     Once the two reached the table they sat down and started eating.
"Char." Complained the fire monkey Pokemon Chimchar, who had followed Flint.
"Sorry buddy, you know how he gets when I come over." Flint told his Pokemon pal.
"If you boys are done, you should really head out now. The Professor is probably waiting for you, but I think he will understand if it takes a few days. We do live the furthest away from him than any one else. Except maybe Lucian's family." Volkner's mother said and the two boys stilled.
"Let's go Flint!" Volkner yelled and Flint nodded calling for Chimchar.

      Once the two were outside they headed directly towards the path that lead to the Professor's lab in Sandgem Town. The path went off the main road a few times, but that was alright with the two boys. They spent a lot of time camping, and quite enjoyed the views.

  The road was paved for the most part, and had two paths. One lead strait to the lakefront, and the other passed by a beach and took two small turns. Around the main path was  patches of crass and a picket fence to prevent people from tripping on the ledge that separated the two. Several grass, electric and flying type Pokemon roamed the area. on the right of the concrete path was a forest. The forest was home to another type of Pokemon, bug. Dragging Flint forward Volkner ran towards the beach, Pikachu and Chimchar following closely.
"Why are we going the long was Volk?" Flint asked, pulling his hand free and stopping. Volner sighed and turned around, rolling his eyes.
"It's not that much longer, and besides we always go your way." Volkner said, before letting out a second sigh.
"Yah, but you know I don't like the beach!" Flint whined and Volkner glared at him.
"No, you don't like the water. But let me tell you something Flint. We are not going in the water just around it!" Volkner hissed crossing his arms and huffing.
"I'm sorry I offend you with my distaste for water that I'm not drinking. You know it affects me different then you!"
"It's  your aqua-phobia, you let it get the best of you Flint!"
"What are you saying Volkner? To tell you the truth you're sending mixed messages. You're coldness thing is just how the weather affect's you, my my water thing is just aqua-phobia! I mean yes, I am aqua-phobic but that's because I know what it dose to me! Same as you're afraid of snow storms! They rarely happen here and you're still terrified of them because of what the temperature dose to you!"
This caught the attention of a nearby fisherman. The fisherman had short blond hair, blue eyes and pail skin. He was wearing a red hat and matching fisherman's outfit.
"Volkner, Flint stop fighting. You're best friends. Volkner, I'm going to put this a way you should understand. Flint is kind of like a Charmander. It's flame goes out it dies. If Flint's flame goes out he dies, only for Flint it's more complicated than that. Instead of thirty eight degrees Celsius  like you and me, it stays at one hundred and seven. He needs a really high temperature, or he gets really sick. Now, no one knows why this is but you can still hug him and things like that." He said, and Volkner let his head fall.
"He's only a bit warm to the touch." Volkner admitted and Flint smiled. "I'm sorry I accused you of just being scared."
"I'm sorry that I got so defensive." Flint cupped Volkner's chin in his hands, lifting it to look into his eyes.  "By the way, you're a bit cold to the touch." Volkner froze.
"Flint, I've always said that you are warm to the touch. You never said that I'm cold to the touch!" Volkner hissed and Flint sighed lightly.
"Volk, I never really noticed before. But today I can tell that I'm warm." Flint said and Volkner sighed lightly. "Anyways, can we go thru Vellstone? It's really rainy on rout 212 and we can go thru the forest once we are close." Flint said as the fisherman went back to his fishing.
"I would like to stop in Vellstone. It shouldn't take to long to get there and I just want to stop at the department store. " Volkner said and Flint nodded.

(With the two friends agreeing again and with a rout planed out, are heros are headed towards Vellstone City to pick up suplys.)
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