Ghostly EncounterSometimes I wonder why do I bother? Theyre both acting like idiots
but then again old habits die hard.Brock and I lost their trail, so we decided to split up to cover more ground. I couldve sworn I saw a blur of a blue jacket turn around this bend, so I followed this trail up Mt. Moon. Its pouring out here and the wind is so terribly violent. I guess it was a good idea that I left my Azurill in the Pokemon Center with Nurse Joy.Now I wish I brought my rain jacket with me, but I left it back at the Center in my bag along with my team. It probably was unwise to leave them behind, but I had to hightail it out of the Center before I lost sight of Ash and Gary.It was like old times, really; Gary would pester Ash about his skills and Ash of course would be infuriated. But in our most recent encounters with Gary, theyve both been less teasing with each other. I thought they finally learned to respect each other, but I guess I was wrong. For some rea
Ghostly Friends The air seemed to be thick and heavy as the boy looked up from the ground. He struggled with his breath, literally gasping for air. His eyes went wide-eyed as he tried to get up. But he realized that he couldnt even move an inch. Terror and fear filled him as he looked around; his friends, a dark tanned boy and a red head were slumped over him, crying and weeping.
B...Brock...M-Misty? the boy thought to himself as he looked at them. Why are they crying? Why werent they trying to help him? These thoughts flooded his mind as he lay there helpless, unable to speak to his friends. Oh god
why did this happen? Misty muttered, her hands covering her face as Brock gently pattered her back, looking down at the boy. I dont know
.Ash didnt deserve this. I dont deserve what?! Ash yelled with all his might, t