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Info # 9

In this next chapter of Trainer Strawberry, Pepper and Strawberry head to the Pokemon Trainer School. While they’re at the school, they run into a familiar face, and they get directions too.

Anyway, I’ll probably put this at the bottom of the chapter as well, but do you guys think I should try to be a little more to the point, or do you like the way I’m writing Trainer Strawberry right now? Also, I’m still taking requests for what I should play next, so if there’s a game you want me to play, leave a comment with the name of the game. The game you request could be the next one I play! The only restriction is that I do not play FPS games. Anyway, I hope you like the next chapter of Trainer Strawberry!


Trainer Strawberry: Chapter 10

“Nurse Joy! Nurse Joy!” I called as I burst through the front doors of the Pokemon Center. Zip and I had ran as fast as we could to get here in time.

“Yes, what seems to be the problem?” Nurse Joy asked from behind a counter directly in front of the door.

“Please, Nurse Joy, you have to help my Poochyena,” I begged as I glanced down at Pepper, whom I held in my arms.

“Chansey, come quickly!” Nurse Joy called urgently as she took Pepper from my arms and dashed into a room. Chansey soon followed, then the doors closed, and a red light that was over the door started glowing.

“Well, Zip, I guess all we can do now is wait,” I said to the little raccoon as we both walked towards the seats and sat down. Suddenly, the rest of my Pokemon came out of their Pokeballs. At first they seemed confused, then Zip explained what had happened. They all looked surprised. Then their expression changed into a look of worry. Well, Caso didn’t look worried, but he didn’t look too hateful at the moment, so I guess that’s his way of looking worried. “Don’t worry, guys. Pepper will be okay, you’ll see,” I said as reassuringly as I could.

Now if only I could believe that. Why did I have to send Pepper out in that battle?

Suddenly, the words of the old lady that gave Pepper to me rushed to my mind.

Pepper will always be there for you. So, you just make sure you’re always there for her.

That was when I realized: I had been taking Pepper for granted. I hadn’t been noticing her as much as I probably should have. I had been paying attention to the things going on around me, which usually meant I didn’t notice her. I then remembered all the things my brain had previously thought of as unimportant information.

Pepper being as excited as I was when I caught Zip. She jumped up and down while barking happily to show her excitement.

Pepper being amused by Caso and Zip when we went to the costume shop in Oldale. She made a noise that sounded like laughter.

Pepper being confused by Scott. She sat down at my feet and looked up at me as though she was looking for an explanation to his behavior.

Pepper encouraging Wally while he tried to catch his first Pokemon. She sat next to me while we watched him.

Pepper being angry when Norman turned down our challenge. She growled at him, her neck fur was bristling, and her ears were pinned back as we walked out of the Gym.

Pepper being weirded out by the Devon Researcher. She stood between me and the Team Aqua Member as though she would attack if he got any closer.

And now that I thought about it, Pepper seemed a little hesitant to fight that Nincada.

I’m sorry, Pepper. I should have paid more attention to you. Then I would have noticed that you didn’t want to fight that Nincada. I guess I wasn’t there for you. But, even though we had only known each other for a few days, you were there for me. Thank you. When you get better, I’ll try my best to repay the favor. But not as someone who thinks it’s their duty to repay a debt, but as a friend who wants the best for their friends. Just make sure you get better, okay?

*A few hours later*

Nurse Joy walked out of the room, with Chansey pushing a stretcher not far behind her. My Pokemon and I looked at Nurse Joy expectantly.

“I have some good news. Your Poochyena is going to be just fine,” She smiled.

My Pokemon and I gave a happy gasp while we all turned to look at each other. Then we turned back to Nurse Joy. “That’s great news!” I said happily.

“You’ll have to stay here for the night, however. Even though your Poochyena is going to be okay, she still needs some rest.”

“Okay. Thanks, Nurse Joy. When can we go see her?”

“You can go see her now. Just make sure that you don’t get too loud.”

“We’ll make sure that we’re quiet, Nurse Joy. Come on, guys. Let’s go see Pepper!” We all got up and dashed off in the direction the Chansey had taken Pepper.


Info. And there you have it, the tenth chapter of Trainer Strawberry! I actually had to rewrite part of this chapter. I had wrote up to the part where it moves up a few hours, then my computer ran into an error and restarted. The last time I had saved my progress was about the middle of the chapter. So, I had to rewrite the memories of Pepper. Joy.

Trainer Strawberry: Chapter 9

I wonder if there’s any more wierdos in these woods.

Once the Team Aqua member and the Devon Researcher were out of sight, Zip popped out of his Pokeball.

“Huh? What’s the matter Zip?” I asked while the little raccoon sniffed the air. Next thing I knew, he dashed into a bush right next to the path. A few seconds later, he re-emerged with a great ball in his mouth. “Oh, wow! Good job, Zip. You found a great ball.”

“Zig, Zigzagoon,” He said happily as I took the great ball from him and stroked him.

“Alright, let’s get a move on. Zip, return!” I held out his Pokeball as he returned to it. “Come along, Pepper. Maybe if we hurry, we’ll get out of these woods before nightfall.” Pepper barked in agreement, and we went back to walking the same way we had been before being interrupted by those weirdos.

*Later, still in the woods*

“This must be my lucky day! I’ve found a Pokemon Trainer. Time to battle,” A young sounding voice that I had never heard before said.

I turned to where the voice had come from. It belonged to a Bug Catcher. “Challenge Accepted. Bring it on!” I replied as we both got ready to battle.

“That’s what I like to hear. Go, Nincada!”

“Nincada.” the bug called as it emerged. I stared at it for a few seconds, I had never seen a Nincada before. It was kinda cute.

“Hey, what’s the hold up? Hurry up and send out your Pokemon!” the impatient Bug Catcher yelled.

“Alright, alright. I’m working on it!” I yelled back. “Go get ’em, Pepper!” Pepper ran forward and barked.

“Haha. A Poochyena? You’re new at this aren’t you?”

Now he’s saying I’m weak? That’s even worse than Norman turning me down! I’ll show him!

“Pepper use Tackle!” Pepper charged and hit the Nincada.

“I was hoping you would do that. Nincada use Leech Life!”

“Nincada!” It shouted as one of its front claws turned a light green color. The claw seemed to glow.

“Pepper, get out of there!” I yelled. But it was too late. The attack hit Pepper dead on, sending her flying back. She landed on the ground and didn’t get back up. “Pepper? Pepper! You’ve got to get up!” I shouted as I ran to her.

“You really didn’t know? Bug-type attacks are super effective against Dark-types like Poochyena.”

“They are?” I asked, kinda dazed. I looked at Pepper as I held her in my arms. Suddenly Norman’s words came to my head.

Your Pokemon aren’t strong enough yet. If I battle you now, there’s a chance your Pokemon might die in the battle. I don’t know about you, but I would have a hard time dealing with that.

No. How could I let this happen?

“Hey, come on! If you don’t send out another Pokemon soon, you’ll have to forfeit. On second thought, just go ahead and give up. There’s no way you can win,” He taunted me.

“I’m not going to give up,” I said as I stood up, still holding Pepper in my arms. “I have to win. For Pepper. Go, Zip!”

“Zigzagoon!” Zip cried happily as he came out of his Pokeball. All of his excitement faded when he turned around and saw me Pepper. “Zagoon?”

“It’s up to you now, Zip. Show ’em what you’re made of. Use Headbutt!” I ordered. Zip charged forward with purpose.

“Nincada dodge it!” His Pokemon jumped in the air at his command, causing Zip to just barely miss his mark.

“Zip, jump in the air and use Headbutt again!” Zip jumped high into the air and started diving down toward the Nincada. This time he didn’t miss, and the Nincada was sent crashing back down to the ground.

“Nincada return! Aw man, I thought for sure I’d win,” He sighed as he walked away.

“Good job, Zip,” I said as the little Raccoon walked toward me. He looked at Pepper, then up at me. He was clearly concerned.

“Zigzagoon!” He said determinedly, suddenly he ran forward on the path a little way. Then he turned around to see if I got the message.

“You’re right! Maybe it’s not too late! There should be a Pokemon Center in the next town. If we hurry, they might be able to save Pepper! I hope the town isn’t to far away…” The two of us took off running. We didn’t really know where we were going, but we hoped the path would take us there.

Hang in there, Pepper.


Info. Ooh, a cliff hanger. I wonder what’s going to happen? Oh yeah, that’s right. I already know.

Info #7

Time for chapter 9 of TS! There’s a little drama in this chapter, but I’m not going to tell you why. Anyway, Strawberry and the gang are still in the woods, which are full of bugs! The gang is still on the way to the next town, but the way there isn’t going to be as smooth as they thought it would be. Will they all make it there alright?

How’s that for a chapter introduction? I think it still needs work, but hopefully I’ll get good at it soon. Anyway, the new Professor Layton game comes out tomorrow! Who’s excited? I’m super excited. I’m gonna get to play a new Professor Layton game! PROFESSOR LAYTON!!!!!!!!!

I must calm down. Okay, I’m a little calmer now. Not.

Trainer Strawberry: Chapter 8

“What do you mean you won’t battle me?!” I shouted in surprise. I had returned to the Gym to request a battle, but I had been turned down.

“I mean I won’t battle you,” the Gym Leader named Norman replied. “Your Pokemon aren’t strong enough yet. If I battle you now, there’s a chance your Pokemon might die in the battle. I don’t know about you, but I would have a hard time dealing with that. But, if you come back when you’re stronger, I’d be happy to battle with you.”

“Oh, you bet I’ll be back when I’m stronger. You’ll see, Norman. My Pokemon and I will defeat you someday. And when that day comes, you’ll see that we’re more than a match for you. Come on, Pepper. Let’s go.” Pepper barked in agreement as we turned around to leave.

I can’t believe this! I thought Gym Leaders had to accept every challenge they received. Then Norman goes and tells me that I’m too weak to challenge him. He might as well tell me that I shouldn’t be a trainer! Well, I’ll show him. Just you wait, Norman. We’ll make you eat those words.

*On Route 104*

“That’s it, Aqua! Keep it up!” I shouted encouragingly. Since Norman turned us down, we decided to do some training on Route 104. Everyone else had finished their training, the only who hadn’t finished yet was Aqua.

“Maaaaaaarrrrrrrrill!” Aqua exclaimed as a steady flow of water shot from her mouth.

“Whoa! Aqua, you just learned Water Gun. That’s great!”

“Marill, Marill!” Aqua jumped up and down happily. When she stopped jumping she turned toward me, “Marill, Marill?”

“Hahaha. Okay, Aqua. You can have some ham sammiches now. Come on, guys. The rest of you can have some too,” I called to my other Pokemon as I dug the sammiches out of my backpack.

After we ate, I returned my Pokemon to their Pokeballs. Then Pepper and I started walking towards the woods that were between us and the next town. We were about half-way through the woods when some weird bussiness guy walked up.

“Excuse me, have you by chance seen any Shroomish around here? You see, I came to these woods during my break to see one, but I can’t find them anywhere. It’s a shame really – I love Shroomish so much. The way they walk on their stubby, little legs. The way the wiggle when they move…” The wierdo went on and on about Shroomish.

Either this guy seriously has some love life issues, or I need to get ready to have my ear talked off.

“What about you? Don’t you think Shroomish are just the greatest?” He asked as he suddenly got right in my face.

“I-I’m sorry, but, who are you?” I asked while I tried to restrain from punching him in the face.

“Oh, right, sorry. I am a Devon Researcher. I was on my way back to Devon when I remembered that Shroomish live in these woods.”

“Well, I haven’t seen any Shroomish, but I hope you find some soon.” Suddenly Pepper turned and started growling. “What’s the matter, girl?”

“There you are! I’ve been waiting for you,” A voice I didn’t recognize said as the person it belonged to ran up.

Great. Another weirdo.

“Hand over those papers now, and nobody gets hurt!” The newcomer demanded.

“No! Devon needs these documents. Who do you think you are anyway?!”

“I’m the Team Aqua member that’s going to take those documents off your hands, that’s who I think I am.”

“Back off!” I demanded as I side-stepped to stand between the Weird-Shroomish-Guy and the Weird-Documenting-Taking-Theif. “You’ll have to go through me first.”

“Alright. This won’t take long. Go, Poochyena!”

“Go, Caso!”

“Poochyena use Tackle!”

“Dodge it, and counter attack with Water Gun!”

“Mud, Muuuuuuuuuuuuuuuud!” Caso shot a steady flow of water from his mouth, blasting the Poochyena and causing it to crash into its trainer.

“I-I won’t forget this!” My opponent shouted as he returned his Pokemon and ran away like the coward he was.

“Good. Maybe that’ll keep you from trying to take something that doesn’t belong to you!” I called after him. I then turned toward the Devon Researcher. “Are you okay?”

“Yes, thank you. Oh my gosh! Look at the time! I’m going to be late! Thanks again,” He said hurriedly as he shook my hand. “Got to go. Bye!” Then he was gone. Gone like the wind.

“Later,” I said quietly, still dazed by what had just happened. “Well, I guess we should get going too. You did great Caso.”

“Mud, Mud, Mudkip.” Caso replied proudly. He acted like there was never any question of if he would win or not.

“Return!” I said while holding out Caso’s Pokeball. After he went in in the red light, Pepper and I continued walking through the woods.

Well, defeating that Team Aqua guy was easy enough. Soon, we’ll prove to Norman that we’re stronger than he thinks!


Info. I can’t wait till I get to fight Norman, he’s gonna get it. LOL I’m just kidding. I’m not really mad. Have you ever played Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald? What was your reaction to getting turned down by Norman? If you haven’t played Pokemon R/S/E, what is your reaction to Norman in this fanfic?

Info #6

Here comes chapter eight of TS! In this chapter, Strawberry and team start out on Route 104 in order to prove themselves. On the way, they run into a little trouble with a Team Aqua member! I hope you enjoy this next chapter. (I really need to work on thinking of more stuff to put in these “Info” posts.)

Trainer Strawberry: Chapter 5

*Still in Oldale*
“Okay, I think I’ve gotten everything I need from the shops here. Let’s go Pepper!” I said as I stood up from double checking my bag. After our trip to the costume shop, we had stayed the night at the Pokemon Center. Now we were finally ready to leave Oldale. I was starting to get eager to find a Pokemon Gym, so I could get my first Gym Badge.

Pepper wagged her tail. She was as ready to leave as I was. The two of us took off, running toward Route 102. I couldn’t wait to see what kind of Pokemon we would find there.

When we got to the edge of town, we paused for a moment to take one last look at place we were about to leave. After staring for a few seconds I turned around to start back walking, but Pepper kept looking in the direction of Oldale. Suddenly she started growling.

“What’s the matter, girl? Something wrong?”

“Make way!” an unfamiliar voice shouted.

“Uh? Oof!” I exclaimed as I fell backwards from the impact of someone accidentally crashing into me. “Ow. Hey, watch where you’re going!” I yelled.

“Oh, sorry, sorry. I didn’t see you there until it was too late,” he stated as he got up, “Here, let me help you up.” He reached out a hand to help, but before he could Pepper knocked him back over. Holding him down, she growled in his face.

“Easy, Pepper. It’s okay. He isn’t an opponent.” I tried to reason with the Poochyena. She looked at me with a confused look for a second, then she let him up. “Sorry about that, Mister,” I apologized while rubbing the back of my head.

“Oh, it’s okay. My names Scott, by the way.”

“It’s nice to meet you, Scott. My name’s Strawberry. If you don’t mind my asking, why were you in such a hurry?”

“I’m heading to Rustboro. There’s a Trainer school there, and I’m hoping to find some promising Pokemon Trainers. Anyway, I’d better get back on the road. Goodbye.”

“Later,” I said as he ran off again. “Well, that was weird. Come on, Pepper. We’d better get going, too.”

After walking a little farther, we came to more trees. Wow. Who would’ve guessed that. After all, it’s not like there are trees all over the place, or anything. As we continued walking, I couldn’t help but wonder if we were just going in circles. After all, this place didn’t wasn’t very different from were we had been before. While I was wishing I had a map, something hard fell from on of the trees and hit me on the head.

“Ouch! What just hit me?!” I exclaimed as I looked around. Jumping up from the ground not very far from where I sat was a small acorn like Pokemon. “Oh, cool! A new Pokemon, I wonder what it is? Eh, no matter. Zip use Tackle!” I order the little raccoon as he leapt from his Pokeball.

“Ziiiig, Zagoon!” Zip shouted as he collided with the little acorn-thing.

“Seeeeeeeeeeeee!” it exclaimed as Zip made impact.

“Okay, go Pokeball!” I shouted as I hurled a Pokeball through the air. It hit the Pokemon, sucking it inside in a red light. Then it shook once, twice, three times.

When the Pokeball stopped shaking, a voice from my Pokedex exclaimed, “Gotcha! Seedot’s Data was added to the Pokedex.”

Immediately I sent the Seedot back out. “Okay, time to give you a name. How’s about~… Branch. Since you fell from a tree branch, and that’s how I met you.” I smiled.

“Seedot, Seedot!” Branch started jumping up and down happily. She liked her new name.

“Okay, let’s start your training. But first, you did great, Zip. Return!”

“Zigzagoon,” Zip said proudly as he returned to his Pokeball.

Next, I pulled out my Pokedex to see what attacks Branch knew.

‘Great. The only attacks she knows are “Growth”, and “Bide”. Move sets don’t get much suckier than that.’ I sighed. ‘This is going to take a long time.’

We walked on a little farther, looking for anything Branch could battle against to get stronger. Suddenly, we spotted a Youngster. He seemed to have spotted us aswell.

“Hey!” He called as he approached, “I see you have Pokemon with you. Are you, by chance, a Pokemon Trainer?” I nodded my head. “That’s great! I was starting to get bored. But now that you’re here, we can have a battle!”

We both prepared to battle. When we were both ready, I threw the Pokeball containing the Pokemon I would use first. “Go, Branch!”

“Seedot!” Branch called as she came out in a white light.

“Really? A Seedot? Looks like this battle will be easier than I thought. Go, Wurmple!” the Youngster exclaimed as he threw the Pokeball containing his one and only Pokemon.

“Wurmple!” a small, red caterpillar with two, yellow stinger-looking-things exclaimed as it appeared.

“Seeeeeeee!” Branch screeched. She looked pretty scared.

“What’s the matter, Branch?” I asked the acorn that was frozen in terror.

“Haha. You don’t know a lot about Seedots, do ya? Seedots hang from trees for a reason, ya know. And the reason is because they’re afraid of fighting!” he then proceeded to continue laughing.

“Come on, Branch! You can do it! Use ‘Bide’!” I shouted encouragingly.

“Dooooooot.” Branch said as she braced herself for future attacks.

“Wurmple use ‘Poison Sting’!” my opponent shouted.

“Wuuuurrrrrmmmmple!” the bug exclaimed as a purple spike shot from the horn on its head. It hit poor Branch, and sent her flying. She was almost out of HP.

“Oh no! Branch! She won’t be able to take another hit!” I didn’t know what to do. Suddenly Zip popped out of his Pokeball, and ran towards the Wurmple. He looked like he was using “Tackle”, but instead of hitting the Wurmple with his side like he would if he was using “Tackle”, he hit it powerfully with his head. “Whoa! Zip, I think you just learned a new attack!” I exclaimed happily while the Youngster returned his fainted Wurmple to his Pokeball, muttering something about a lucky attack. I checked my Pokedex, and sure enough, Zip had learned a new attack known as “Headbutt”. “Good job, Zip,” I congratulated the little raccoon,
then I turned to Branch. “Are you okay, Branch?” Branch got up with tears in her eyes. “It’s okay, Branch. You did your best. We’ll just have to train more that’s all.” The little acorn didn’t seem to like that idea at all, and started crying more. “Hey, hey. Don’t cry. Tell you what, if you want to, you can go to my house and wait till I get back from becoming the Pokemon Champion. Sound good?”

“Seedot, Seedot!” Branch jumped up and down happily, clearly liking the idea.

“Okay, we’ll just walk back to the Pokemon Center in Oladale Town, since it’s the closest one, and we’ll teleport you to my house.”

“See, See, Seedot.”

“Alright then, now that that’s settled. Zip, Branch, Return!” The two Pokemon returned to their Pokeballs in the usual red light. “Come on, Pepper. Let’s go!”

We made it back to the Pokemon Center in no time. After saying goodbye to Branch and sending her home, we continued on our journey.

Pokemon met this chapter: Branch, female, Lax Nature


Info. Yay! This is the fifth chapter of Trainer Strawberry! Did you guys know that this is the longest story I’ve ever written? Usually I just get a prologue and part of the first chapter done before I stop working on a story. But this one has survived, and it’s all thanks to all you awesome readers! Thanks again! 

Info #3

Alright so just a few minutes after I post this “Info” entry, I will posting chapter 5 of Trainer Strawberry! It’s just a little later than I like to post my chapters, but eh. Anyway, in this chapter Strawberry and the gang make their way to Route 103 and meet Branch the Seedot. Also, Strawberry get into her first Pokemon battle of this series! I hope you awesome readers enjoy it!


Trainer Strawberry: Chapter 4

*Back at Oldale*
“Okay, Pepper, anywhere you wanna go while we’re in town?” I asked the puppy Pokemon. Pepper sat down and raised one of her front paws so that it was under her chin. “Haha. Tough decision, huh, girl?”
Pepper thought for a few more seconds, then jumped up and barked. Using one of her front paws she pointed to a bright building. When we walked over, I noticed a sign that said “Costume Shop”.
A Costume shop, eh? Well, this oughta be interesting, to say the least.
When we walked in, we were greeted with every color possible, as well as every costume possible. Once the shock of all of the variety wore off, I realized something that I hadn’t before we entered, the building was huge! Hanging from the ceiling were signs that told you if you were in the “Human” section or the “Pokemon” section. I decided that everyone would probably enjoy it here.
“Okay! Come on out, guys!” I said as I threw Caso’s and Zip’s Pokeball.
“Alright, are you guys ready to look around for a while?” The Pokemon nodded their heads up and down. Even Caso nodded, much to my surprise. “Okay, you three are free to wander around wherever you want, just as long as you stay in this store. We’ll meet back here in an hour.” The Pokemon cheered at took off in separate directions.
*Caso’s point of view*
All she ever says is “Blah, blah, blah”. Ugh. Oh, well. I guess I can put up with it. At least until I’m strong enough to beat everybody else up. Especially that guy. Caso shook his head as a flashback started playing in his mind.
“Hey, Caso. What ‘cha thinking about?” Zip asked as he exploded from a pile of clothes.
“I was just wondering how Strawberry could be so bossy.” He replied coldly.
“Aw, come on, Caso. You don’t really mean that. I think she’s pretty nice. I mean, she’s letting us look around for a whole hour by ourselves.” He paused for a moment, clearly thinking about something. “Hey! I’ve got an idea. Let’s see who can make the best costume by picking out different pieces from the costumes here!”
“Ha. Like I’d do something like that.”
“Oh, I see. Too scared you’re gonna lose, huh, Caso?”
“What?! Me? Scared? I’m not scared of anything! Okay, Zip. You’re on!” The two Pokemon dashed off in two different directions to pick out the pieces for their costume.
*Pepper’s point of view*
I hope I find something really cool!
Pepper walked through the isles in the “Pokemon” section. On each side were every kind of colorful costume the young pup could think of.
“What?! Me? Scared? I’m not scared of anything! Okay, Zip. You’re on!” That sounded like Caso.
Ugh. Boys. They’re probably competing over who can make the best costume or something. Well, I guess as long as they don’t cause any trouble, it’s fine. At least it will keep Caso from hiding in some corner in the store. I just don’t understand why he doesn’t listen to Strawberry. I mean, she’s our trainer! I thought Pokemon had to listen to their trainer.
*One hour later* *Strawberry’s point of view*
‘Welp, it’s been an hour. Time for us to get back on the road.’
Once I reached the entrance, I saw Pepper and two plies of mix matched clothes coming toward me. Pepper looked at the two piles of clothing, then at me, then back at the clothes. Apparently, she was just as confused as I was.
“Zig, Zigzagoon.” Zip’s voice came from one of the piles of clothing.
“Mud! Mud, Mudkip!” Caso’s angered voice responded from the other.
“Haha. I see you two decided to have a contest, huh?” I said as I lifted up the pieces of cloth that were hanging over their faces. “Well, I must say, you two really have some very impressive costumes.” They weren’t really impressive, they were just different colored clothes, with a couple hats and scarfs thrown on top of the two Pokemon. But, I knew they had tried their best, so I acted like it was the best outfit I had ever seen in my life.
“Zig, Zigoon.” Zip seemed pleased that I said they looked great, and he tried his best to wag his tail.
“Mud, Kip, Mud, Mudkip, Kip, Mudkip.” Caso replied, sounding unsurprising. I may not speak Pokemon, but I felt sure what he had said was, “Well, of course it looks good on me.”
“Alright, guys. Time to get a move on. Return!” Caso and Zip returned to their Pokeballs. “Come on, Pepper.” I said to the little dog. As we walked out, I wondered what my Pokemon had been up to during that hour that they had to themselves.


Info. Once again, here we are at the end of another chapter! Again, I’m sorry that it’s so late. Anyway, even though I’ll probably never do it again, what did you awesome readers think about the Pokemon’s point of view?