Title: CNK's adventure
cnkforever - January 9, 2007 03:05 PM (GMT)
CNK was 15 but he couldn't start training on his own because his father had a poke farm and he worked there(so he chose to be a ranger). One day his dad gave him a Torchic and told him that it was time to go on his own.
That morning CNK packed up his poke-stuff and a few clothes. He took something to eat too. He was ready to go, he sent torchic out of his pokeball and headed to the grass using his pokewand to find RARE pokemon only.
((I'm Turkish so there can be problem with time)
Hedge Spikeskin - January 12, 2007 04:04 AM (GMT)
(Not a problem.)
(By the way, did you choose a starter town? Can't really start you until I know where you are. In Kanto, you can start in Pallet Town, Viridian City, or New Cinnabar Island.)
cnkforever - January 12, 2007 12:58 PM (GMT)
Hedge Spikeskin - January 18, 2007 04:48 PM (GMT)
(...Sorry bout that. Don't know how I missed it.)
And sure enough, you command that only rare Pokémon appear. And sure enough, out of an odd rock formation ahead of you, appears a Dunsparce! (Lv3 (F) Docile)
cnkforever - January 19, 2007 01:29 PM (GMT)
I think I'll leave it since it's not very strong I keep walking
Hedge Spikeskin - January 19, 2007 06:56 PM (GMT)
You leave the Dunsparce behind. It looks up as if it wanted to follow you, but it then digs back where it came from.
In a bit of disappointment, you head (assumedly) north towards Viridian City. The route is oddly quiet; other than a couple patches of grass, you don't see much if any sign of people.
As you round a bend through the grass, you notice a crude sign nailed onto one of the posts. From where you are, you can tell that it's paper, but you can't read it from where you are.
cnkforever - January 20, 2007 03:27 PM (GMT)
I'm realy curious about it so I run to read it
Hedge Spikeskin - January 20, 2007 05:43 PM (GMT)
"Attention trainers," the sign says. "We've noticed that several occurancess of kidnappings of both people and Pokémon have been occuring in the areas around Viridian City. The Pokémon League Gates west of town seem to be the only place unaffected."
"Viridian Police are investigating the matter, and it is suggested that trainers travel in groups to avoid any such occurrances. If you are reading this and you are alone, please take the fastest route possible to Viridian City. Groups now forming in the Pokémon Center."
Odd. You don't recall hearing anything like this on the news.