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Creepypasta: DeadeonKylie walked down the path slowly. She was nervous about being anywhere near tall grass, because recent TV reports had mentioned a dangerous pokemon running wild through all of Sinnoh. Kylie only had five pokemon: Turtwig, Bidoof, Starly, Shinx, and Zubat.
Kylie froze. "Hello?" she called tentatively. "Is someone there?" She peered into the bushes, looking carefully for signs of a trainer.
The tall grass shook harder. Kylie remembered something her father had once told her. "Remember, Kylie, if the undergrowth rustles, it means a rare pokemon is hiding there. So always look for rustling grass!"
As always, thinking about her dad upset Kylie, since he had been killed by a rabid Ursaring two years ago. But if the grass was rustling, didn't it mean there was a rare pokemon there?
I've got to find out, Kylie decided. Nervously, she took a step into the tall grass where it rustled. Instantly the young trainer was accosted by a w
PsychotrhaSo tell me your story if you like.
Hi, my name is Dan and I fear many things, most simple things but my biggest fear sounds more stupid then the rest of them... Bunnies and rabbits are my biggest fear. You may think they are soft and cute, and most bunnies are... But not this one... I know that you will think I'm insane and crazy after this story, the story of why I became insane...
I was outside in the garden, just chilling, reading and drinking my soda. My little sister, Carly had her friend over so they could play in the pool. They loved jumping in to the pool. Then Carly and her friend jumped in to the pool at the same time so the water splashed all over me. While I walked in to the house all wet, they said sorry when I walked in, but I just ignored them.
When I came in the house my mom said to me
-Well now that you're wet you can just as well take a shower. You haven't taken a shower for three days now, you smell sweat.
-Yeah, yeah! I guess I'll do that then.
I responded with an a
Creepypasta: Mad LoveBianca trotted through town. Her paws pushed up against her chest and fluffed up her paw fur. The other pokemon looked away. Those who were rude enough to stare gaped. Bianca turned up her nose and padded softly up to the shop run by Travis R. Flareon. He was organizing a large pile of berries and his back was turned.
"Sir," Bianca said quietly. Travis turned around and his eyes popped.
"Um-um-um-" he stammered nervously. "Mrs. Bianca? Erm, what do you want? Well, that is, what would you like?"
Bianca leaned in close. "I want all your Oran berries and your TMs. And I don't expect to have to pay for it."
"Well, erm, Mrs. Bianca, I, uh, I'm not sure if I can afford to give away so much for free," Travis stammered. Bianca leaned over the counter and kissed his cheek. Travis blushed. "But I'll make it work." He turned and gave her a pile of Oran berries and TMs.
"Thanks, hon," Bianca said with a dangerous smile. She began to turn, but then stopped. Perhaps he deserves just a
I used to love Absol. I've been a pokemon breeder for 3 years of my life, but never have I bred such a creature as Absol.
One day when I was returning another trainer's pokemon and egg, he offered to sell me an Absol for breeding. I already had one, and I bred it with Ditto sometimes when people needed Absols, but the only chance of breeding a shiny is only possible with two of the same species.
"What gender is it?" I asked suspiciously. I already had a male Absol.
"Female," the trainer replied with a grin. "C'mon, Jean, I know you have a male. My friend isn't training Absols anymore, so she offered to give me one. You know I've got one already, but I took it for you. You can have it - at a moderate price, of course."
"How much?" I demanded, fishing in my pocket for some money.
"Well, it's purebred and rare and all that, so I'd have to say... $10,000?"
I withdrew my hands from my pockets. "No deal. You find me a shiny one, maybe, but for a regular Absol, the highest price I can pay is
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