Pokemon Soulsilver Nuzlocke Challenge: Part 1: The Adventure Begins!
Level 26 : Expert Pokemon
Posted 08/20/12 2:50:15 pm
I was to dang excited! I just had to do it now. But next episode will be tomorrow
“Hello child!” Professor Oak said. “Are you a boy or a girl?” he asked. “Huh? What? Well I’m obviously a boy!”??? exclaimed at Oak. “Okay then, what is your name?” Oak asked again. “Jack. Jack’s my name.” Jack replied to Oak. “Be ready to go on an adventure that will change your life forever.” Oak said, his voice slowly fading. “Huh wait, am I dre-“ Jack was cut off as he woke up. He heard his Mom calling his name from downstairs. He shrugged, and went downstairs.
“Honey, you have to go to Professor Elm’s house. He just called and asked for you.” Mom said. “Okay Mom, see you later.” Jack said, walking out of the house. “Marill, marill!” a cry came from ahead, then a blue Pokemon ran straight into Jack! Lyra, Jack’s neighbor/friend, did the same thing, running straight into Jack. They both fell down.
“Ahhh! I’m sorry Jack. Marill and I were playing tag, and weren’t really paying attention….” Lyra said, getting up. “It’s okay Lyra. I got to go over to Elm’s, see you later!” he said, walking over to the Lab. Jack walked to the back of the lab where Elm was. “Oh hello Jack. Did you know that before, when Pokeballs weren’t invented, pokemon walked with people?” Elm said. “Well it’s pr-“ Jack was cut off by Elm. “I need you to take one of the Pokemon in that machine, and walk around with it. To see what happens.” A ring came from behind Elm, on his computer. Elm dashed over to the computer.
“Uh huh….” Elm mused. “Okay Jack, change of plans. My friend, Mr. Pokemon, discovered something, and you need to go get it. You can bring your Pokemon.” Elm said, from his computer. “Do I have to?” Jack muttered, obviously annoyed. “It’s not optional.” Elm yelled from his computer. “Damn…” Jack mutters under his breath. Jack looked over Elm’s shoulder, and saw him playing Minecraft. He sighed, and then took a Pokemon from the machine. He saw three Pokemon. One was Chikorita, one was Totodile, one was Cyndaquil. The Cyndaquil looked strange. It was drinking a cup of tea, had a bow tie/hat, and looked fancy. “I’m totally picking the Cyndaquil!” Jack said.
As he walked out, a nearby professor threw a grocery bag at Jack. It hit the back of his head. “Take these potions.” The professor said. Jack opened the bag, revealing 5 Potions. Jack obtained 5 Potions! He walked out to Route 29. –insert several level ups/wild encounters- “Finally, I’m at Cherrygrove City! I’m half way there.” Jack said, happily. An old man dashed up to him. “I’m taking you on a required tour!” The Old man said. “Why me?!” Jack yelled, as the old man grabbed his wrist and showing him various parts of Cherrygrove City. “Have these running shoes, they let you run!” the old man said, handing him a pair of shoes. Jack shrugged, and put them on. Jack ran to Route 30. –insert more levels/wild encounters/Apricot Case obtaining- “Finally at Mr. Pokemon’s house.” Jack said, going into the house.
“Hello Jack blah blah blah blah blah here’s the discovery!” Jack obtained Mystery Egg! “So you must be Jack?” a voice said from behind Jack. It was Professor Oak. “I waited for you. Here’s a Pokedex. Peace out now!” Oak said, leaving the building. Jack obtained PokeDex! Jack eventually got back to Cherrygrove, where he met a red haired boy. “You got a Pokemon from the lab. You are a noob. I’ll pwn you.” The boy said. The boy sent out a Totodile. “Cyndaquil hit him with a leer!” “Right away, master.” Jimmy said, staring at his opponent. Many Leers were used, until eventually Jimmy used Tackle, defeating Totodile. “Haxors! I’ll get jo for dis!” the boy said, running away. “Hehe, got his wallet. Turns out his name is Brandon.” Jack said. “Give that back noobz!” Brandon said, grabbing the wallet. Jack walked back to the lab, and there was a cop there. “Rule one of criminals: always come back to the crime scene! You must be the thief!” the cop said. He was talking to Jack.
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