Champion, A Pokemon story, Chapter 3Champion, A Pokémon story: Chapter 3: Rescue
Allison sat with her head in her hands at the Jubilife City Pokémon Center. Just minutes before, she had received the news that Ralts was perfectly fine. “Mrs. Allison?” one of the nurses called.
“Over here.” Allison said, standing up trying not to put pressure on her arm. “What’s up?”
“We’re pretty sure your Ralts was taken by some thugs. We did manage to get Ralt’s pokeball though, I’m sorry. Pokémon Centers across the Sinnoh Region have been reporting thefts for a few days now.” The nurse sighed, guilt in her voice.
Allison turned and dashed out of the Pokémon Center, not even looking at the figure who had tried to stop her. She skidded to a stop about 30 feet from the doors of the Pokémon Center in time to see Ralts being grabbed by a hand and dragged into an alley. “Ralts!” she cried, sprintin
Champion,A Pokemon Story: Chapter 2Champion, A Pokémon story: Chapter 2: The journey begins
Allison exhaled sharply outside of Sandgem Town. After years of dreaming of this moment, it was finally happening. She stared at the long, tall grass of Route 202, remembering fondly of what happened on Route 204 just nine years earlier. She took a small step cautiously, she smiled, it wasn’t as memorable as she thought it was. At that moment her Xtranciever went of like a bomb, scaring any rationality out of her. A curious Shinx perked its head up from the grass, head cocked, looking at her confused. Allison cursed under her breath, and looked at the Xtranciever. Great, just what she needed, it was her mom. Sighing, she answered it.
“Honey? Where are you? Are you okay? Is everything alright? Are you hurt? Is Ral…?” Her mom was crying
“Mom, I’m okay! I’ve been gone for only about 45 minutes! You nearly scared me to death with that call.” Allison replied.
Champion, A Pokemon story, Chapter 1Champion, A Pokémon Story: Chapter 1: New Beginnings.
Allison stared over the calm water of Lake Verity. It was hard to think that just four years ago, somebody from her hometown had saved the legendary Pokémon of the lake. Next to her, her Ralts was busy running after a butterfly. She grinned as Ralts accidently tripped over a tree root. She had met Ralts when she was just five years old, on a business trip with her mom to Jubilife City. She was bored of waiting in the lobby of the TV station. So she had ventured out to Route 204 wandering aimlessly for hours until crying out for her mother. It was then that Ralts came, soon to be her only friend against the night. It wasn’t until daybreak until her mother and the Jubilife police found her. Her mother whisked her away and started scolding her that Ralts dashed after her. Here she was nine years later. Not even a real trainer yet, her Mom was over protective of her after the incident. She was at the lake frequ
CHAMPION, A Pokemon Story: ProlougeCHAMPION, A Pokemon Story
Prologue: A new plan.
1 year after the events of Pokémon Black 2 and White 2.
“YOU HAVE FAILED ME!” Charon screamed at his two lutenients.
“It wasn’t our fault that that trainer was at Stark Mountain the same time we were trying to awaken Heatran.” Mars admitted, with a hint of shame in her voice. “Jupiter’s failure at Fullmoon Island, however, was disappointing.”
“First Cyrus failed with Dialga and Palkia, Two of the three deities of creation……….Son of a bitch.”
“What?” Mars asked. Curiously wondering what her new boss’s plan was.
Charon smiled. “Spear pillar is not the only place with a deity of creation.”
“Are you serious?” Mars looked stupefied.
“Get me the 16 plates and the azure flute.” Charon grinned darkly.