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The First Feeling

by pokechamp quizpop54

pokechamp quizpop54 What we all felt on our first Pokemon game. The Region i happen to be using is Kanto.
Morning. All the sounds of wonderful Pidgeys wakes you from slumber. All signs of exhaustion vanish as you realize today is THE day.You will receive your very first Pokemon. What will it be? You pull on your red cap and charge downstairs. You barley hear your mother say good morning as you bolt out the door into Pallet town. You stop to take it all in. That little section of water at the end of town, the Lab, your best friend's house, and the Tall Grass. Hmmmmm...could your Pokemon be there? You decide to find out. Just as your foot is about to enter the grass,you here someone shout something.
"NO!Stop!You can't go out there all alone!You need a Pokemon!". It was Professor Oak. He rushes up to and pulls you back. "....I know! Follow me!" He announces. You follow the Professor back to the Lab. He walks you all the way to the back, Were your rival Blue is waiting.
"Why did you call me in such a rush, Gramps?" Blue huffs. The conversation fades away as your attention slide over to three Pokeballs on a small table off to the right. There they were! Your attention snaps back to the conversation as Professor Oak tells you to pick one. You turn to Blue.
"Go on! I'll be a gentleman and let you pick first. Heh-heh." He says. You walk over to the table as your hand hovers above the spheres of joy. They have names plastered to them. One read "Bulbasaur",another read "Squirtle",the last one said "Charmander". You reach down to pick...
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  1. StellarWind Elsydeon
    StellarWind Elsydeon
    I would also suggest actually formatting this to look more like a story and less like a wall of text.
    Sep 16, 2013
  2. ShinyZekrom009
    This is very interesting, although I feel that it should be longer and more drawn out. This felt very rushed, so may I suggest you slow down a bit? It might help the reader get a better understanding of what's going on.
    Sep 14, 2013